The Honorable Marco A. "Tony" Reyes was born in Sinaloa, Mexico. Together with his family, they migrated to the U.S. in 1968. He attended Gadsden Elementary, Kofa High School and has received certificates from the Universal Technical Institute for Air Conditioning/Solar Heating Technician; Aleta Police Academy for Arizona Police Officer; Advanced Real Estate Institute for Arizona Real Estate License; Dale Carnegie Course, Arizona State University for Nonprofit Management, and Development Training Institute Leadership Academy.

Mr. Reyes owned the first refrigeration/air conditioning service and repair company listed in San Luis,
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Arizona. He served as the Mayor of San Luis, Arizona for twelve years and one year as the Vice-Mayor, and currently serves as the Chairperson for the Empowerment/Enterprise Community Advisory Board and the San Luis Planning and Zoning Commission. He is the Executive Director for the Comite De Bienestar, Inc.

Mr. Reyes was elected to the Yuma County Board of Supervisors by Special Election in November 1998 to serve the remainder of Clyde Cuming's term. Mr. Reyes was re-elected by General Election in November 2000. He served as the chairman of the Board of Supervisors for the year 2001 after previously serving two years as its vice chairman. He is currently a member of the County Supervisors Association (CSA), the Local Emergency Planning Committee, the National Association of Counties (NACo), the Tri-County Economic Development District Board, the U.S./Mexico Board Counties Coalition, the Western Arizona Council of Governments (WACOG), the Airport Authority Rolle Field Study Committee, the Tri-County Economic Development Board, the Executive Board of the Greater Yuma Economic Development Corporation, and the Yuma Metropolitan Planning Organization (YMPO).

Mr. Reyes also served on the following boards and committees: the National Hispanic Elected Local Officials, the National League of Cities and Towns, the American Council of Young Political Leaders, and the Yuma County Planning and Zoning Commission. 

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