Gov. Katie Hobbs (D-AZ) is delivering the State of the State address on Monday afternoon detailing her policy goals for the next year.
This will be Hobbs’s second State of the State address since she became governor following the 2022 midterm elections. Hobbs will give the speech to the state legislature after it convened on its first day of session.
Eyes will be on the members of the Republican-controlled legislature for this address after several turned their back on Hobbs during her first address and some walked out.
Hobbs is expected to discuss her commitment to water, housing, and education policy, with a discussion on the influx of immigrants at the southern border being possible as well.
The governor’s State of the State address will reflect her pledge to elect Democratic majorities to both legislative chambers