Angius, Hildy

Meet the Candidate

Running For:
State Senate
Political Affiliation:
(928) 201-5967
Elected County Supervisor
Graduate of State University of New York at Albany in 1982
Biographical Info:

Originally from New York, Hildy moved to Arizona in 2005. With a background in marketing and communications, she worked for Showtime/The Movie Channel, the Society for Computer Simulation and LG Wireless. In 2002 she opened an Art Studio in La Mesa, CA called, “Masterpieces, Paint your Own” and developed a profound understanding and respect for small business owners.

After moving to Bullhead City with her late husband, Sam, Hildy combined her life-long passion for politics and her desire to help others into her current position as a three term Mohave County Supervisor, and is currently the Board Chairwoman.

Hildy has been an advocate for those suffering from mental health and addiction issues and has brought millions of dollars into her district for services. One of those facilities, a 16-bed, all women drug treatment center has been named after her. Since opening in 2020, Hildy’s House has helped hundred of women break the cycle of addiction to become good citizens in their communities.. Hildy has also secured funding for a jail-reentry program called Reach Out, first started in Yavapai County. To date, she has brought over $12million for helping decrease the recidivism rate in the County jail.

Hildy also led the charge to make Mohave County the first 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County, the first County in Arizona to do so.


I am running for State Senate because I have a proven track record of success when fighting for the issues that are important to my constituents. I am a strong believer in local control and will defend local jurisdictions from State overreach.

Currently, LD30 has a great state delegation whom I have worked closely with over my twelve years as County Supervisor. I look forward to being there to be part of the LD30 team and have been endorsed by the two State Representatives and the outgoing, term-limited Senator as well as our CD9 Congressman, Dr. Paul Gosar.


AZ Chamber of Commerce, Arizona Police Association, Greater Phoenix Chamber


Response Legend

  • SSupports
  • OOpposes
  • *Comment
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  • Declined to respond, Position based on citation

Question Response Comments/Notes
1. Interpreting the 2nd Amendment as protecting an individual’s right to keep and bear arms. S* I led the charge for Mohave County to become the first 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County in AZ.
2. Adding “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” or “gender expression” to the protected classes of race, religion, age, sex, and ancestry in nondiscrimination law. O* I can't believe that we have to talk about this. It is so absurd... all of it.
3. Amending the Arizona State Constitution to grant a fundamental right to every individual to an abortion. O
4. Securing the border by preventing all illegal crossings. S* If we don't do something about this border, our Country will be gone.
5. Using taxpayer funds to support any organization that performs, promotes, or provides referrals for abortion. O
6. Allowing all parents to use tax credits and taxpayer funded empowerment scholarship accounts to enable their children to attend any private school, homeschool, or online academy of their choice. S* The money should follow the child.
7. Legalizing physician-assisted suicide. O
8. Allowing parents to seek professional counseling for their minor child with same-sex attraction or gender identity issues. S* Parents should be making these decisions on what is best for their children, not bureaucrats.
9. Permitting individuals and businesses to not provide services or promote ideas that violate their moral or religious beliefs. S
10. Keeping the flat income tax rate in Arizona’s state tax code. S
11. Requiring any government entity, including schools, to inform parents about their child’s physical, emotional, or mental health. S
12. Enhancing penalties for the sale and possession of fentanyl. S* We can connect this problem to the border. We can solve a lot of our fentanyl problems to the open border.