My name is Bob Worsley, and I’m the current State Senator for legislative district 25, located in the heart of Mesa. I was first elected in 2012 after first defeating Russell Pearce in the Republican primary. Some people know me as the founder of SkyMall, but I’ve led a number of other successful business efforts in Arizona and across the country.

I am a current member of the Senate Commerce, Energy & Military Committee and a member of the Senate Transportation Committee. I am also the current Vice-Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee.

I am truly blessed to be able to call the East Valley home for over 30 years. I ran for the State Senate because I wanted to use my successful business experience to find practical and innovative solutions to our state’s most complicated problems and to strengthen our local economy.

I am not a career politician and I have no desire to run for higher office. I am running for the Arizona Senate because I believe Arizona needs more statesmen and less partisan-bickering and pandering. I am running because Arizona deserves an elevated conversation toward a brighter future for the sake of our children. I invite you to join me on this journey.


  • Married to wife Christi for 36 years
  • 6 children, 17 grandchildren (two on the way!)
  • Former Board of Director for United Families International


  • CPA with PriceWaterhouse in the 1980′s
  • Entrepreneur who created SkyMall
  • 1999 Entrepreneur of the Year awarded by Ernst and Young
  • Founder of NZ Legacy; a land, mineral and energy development company. Supplier of electricity to 27,000 homes in the white mountains
  • Developer of a planned Potash facility in Holbrook, Arizona that will create 500 permanent jobs
  • Creator of over 1,000 jobs in Arizona


  • Board of Directors, Mesa United Way
  • Co-Founder, Consolari Music Hall
  • Former Board of Directors for United Families International
  • Former Board of Directors for Institute for American Values
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • International Advisory Council Member for International Center for Law and Religion Studies


  • Stimulate economic growth for job creation
  • Practice fiscal responsibility with no new taxes
  • Ensure Mesa children have the best education
  • Provide a conservative voice for more efficient government