Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Ross Farnsworth, Sr. & David Udall Endorse Bob Worsley for State Senate

Ross Farnsworth, Sr. & David Udall Endorse Bob Worsley for State Senate

Join Growing List of Community & Business Leaders Supporting Mesa Republican

Mesa, Ariz. – Bob Worsley, Mesa businessman, SkyMall founder, and Republican candidate for the open state senate seat in district 25, received the endorsement of Mesa community leaders David K. Udall and Ross Farnsworth, Sr. today. Both Udall and Farnsworth have a long history of community involvement and service to Mesa. In 2004, Udall was named “Mesa’s Man of the Year.” In 2007, Farnsworth was awarded the “Spirit of Philanthropy” award.

“Bob has lived a life of service to his community. He gives his time and energy and expects nothing in return,” said Udall. “It is this selflessness that will make him a strong leader for the residents of Mesa and district 25. I am proud to support Bob Worsley for state senate.”

“Arizona needs great leadership at this time. We need a statesman, someone who thinks more about Arizonans and their needs rather than himself. I was pleased to find someone who fit that bill in Bob Worsley,” said Farnsworth. “Bob is an outstanding businessman and more importantly an outstanding person.”

In response, Worsley said, “During my 32 years in Mesa, I have admired Ross’s and David’s dedication to our community. They are both pillars of moral strength, reason, and character.”

Udall and Farnsworth join a growing list of East Valley community and business leaders supporting Bob Worsley’s campaign to represent the citizens of Mesa in the Arizona State Senate.

More about Bob Worsley:

Bob Worsley is a conservative Republican businessman running for State Senate district 25 in the heart of Mesa. Bob Worsley has been an east valley resident for 32 years and has been married to his wife Christi for 35 years. They have 6 children and 16 grandchildren.

Bob is running because he wants to use his business experience and talents to find common sense solutions to the state’s most difficult problems and to strengthen our local economy so that property values recover and jobs are abundant again. Bob believes Mesa is a great city and its elected leaders should be focused on elevated solutions, policies and lawmaking. His priorities were recently highlighted in his second web video.

To learn more about Bob Worsley, visit or


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