Representative Cloves Campbell, Jr. worked in the family business for over 25 years. Currently the Board Chairman and Co-Publisher of the Arizona Informant Newspaper, he held several positions at the paper. The Arizona Informant Newspaper has served the African American community of Arizona for 40 years.
Cloves Campbell currently serves in the Arizona State House of Representatives for District 16. Elected in 2006 he serves on the House Appropriations Committee, Banking and Insurance Committee and the Sub-Committee on Library and Archives. Equally active in the community, Cloves Campbell sits on several boards which include: Governor’s African American Advisory Board, Attorney General’s African American Advisory Board, Black Theater Troupe Board, Salvation Army Advisory Board, West Coast Black Publishers Board, Tanner Chapel A.M.E. Church Board of Trustees, and the 100 Black Men of Phoenix. He is also a Life Member of the NAACP.
Born and raised in South Phoenix, Cloves Campbell attended (Sheraton Park), Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary School, Percy L. Julian Jr. High, and East Phoenix High School. He is an alumni of Pitzer College in Claremont, CA with a majored in Political Science. Married for 19 years to Lanette, they have three children Daivon, Chanette and Cloves III.
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