Bob Worsley is a retired state senator for Arizona’s 25th legislative district, located in the heart of Mesa, Arizona, the thirty-fifth largest city in the United States (larger than Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans, Cleveland, and Pittsburgh, to name a few). Though public office was not on Worsley’s radar, concern that leadership was growing to espouse divisive and harsh rhetoric led to him being recruited to run for office. Identifying a key need for a commonsense and elevated approach to conservative leadership, Worsley defeated Senate President Russell Pearce in the Republican primary and went on to serve for three terms. Education and career experiences—including founding the company SkyMall for which he was named Arizona Entrepreneur of the Year in 1999, after serving as an auditor at Price Waterhouse, and subsequently leading other successful businesses—prepared Worsley to find practical and innovative solutions to his home state’s most complicated problems. Family has defined Worsley’s life, and together with his wife of over forty-two years, Christi, they raised six children in Mesa, Arizona.
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