As Nick Fierro pursued his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, he became concerned about the political climate evolving in Arizona. This led to a run for office in 2020 where he sought to bring bipartisan legislation to District 10. His campaign focused on issues that were important to daily life in Arizona: education, homelessness, and the economy. If elected, he would support policies that benefit those most in need and that inure to the benefit of Arizonans for generations to come.
In conjunction with his political activism, Nick is an active member in several community organizations and has served with The Mesa Welcome Center, Books for a Better World, the East Valley Hispanic Institute, and the Health Care Board of Advisors for Skyline High School. Nick lives in East Mesa with his wife Suzette, and has three children.