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Recalled Senate President Russell Pearce won’t be returning to the state Legislature, at least not this year.
Pearce lost Tuesday’s Republican Senate primary race in Mesa’s Legislative District 25 race to businessman Bob Worsley.
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Today, legislative district 25 candidate Bob Worsley was endorsed by current congressman and US Senate candidate Jeff Flake for state senate in his run against Russell Pearce in the Republican primary.
In his endorsement, Flake remarked:
Arizona’s Legislative District 25 is located entirely in the city of Mesa. It’s where I live. For the State Senate, I’m casting my vote for Bob Worsley. I’ve gotten to know Bob over the past few years. He’s a family man, a successful businessman and a natural leader. Bob Worsley is …Read More »
Today, the Arizona Academy of Family Physicians’ (AzAFP) Family Medicine Committee endorsed Bob Worsley for State Senate. The AzAFP is a professional association representing 1500 Family Physicians, resident physicians and medical students in Arizona. The state chapter is part of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), a national organization that represents more than 101,000 Family Physicians nationwide.
In their statement, they commented: “We have based our endorsement of your candidacy on your strong support of Family Medicine. The areas that the AzAFP monitors the closest during …Read More »
The Arizona Farm Bureau AgPAC has endorsed Bob Worsley for State Senate.
The Arizona Farm Bureau has more than 21,000 farmers or ranchers who are part of their coalition. The Arizona Farm Bureau is considered the “Voice of Arizona Agriculture,” a $10.3 billion industry in Arizona.
To read more about the endorsement, please click here.Read More »
From today’s Arizona Capitol Times:
A year ago, Gov. Jan Brewer was the most high-profile defender of Russell Pearce during his recall.
But today, as Pearce faces a tough GOP primary battle with Bob Worsley, the governor appears to be backing away from the ousted Senate president, and said she has no plans to endorse him.
“I’m not inclined to,” Brewer said today when asked if she would endorse Pearce.
Brewer did not say whether she would endorse Worsley or simply not endorse in the Mesa-based Legislative District 25 primary.
“I …Read More »
The article (below) appeared in today’s East Valley section of the Arizona Republic. The following people wrote this column: Steve and Julie West, John and Dawn Giles, Ross Farnsworth, Dea and Marcia Montague, Randy and Jenny Richardson, John and Jane Wright, Larry and Adele LeSueur, Brent and Linda Ellsworth, Beth Coons, Don and Nansi Hobbs, Damon and Colleen Wheeler, David and Kathy Palmer, Dave Udall, Heather Sandstrom and Mesa Councilman Dave Richins.
Bob Worsley is a good man who has agreed to run for the state Senate from new …Read More »
Today, the Bob Worsley for State Senate campaign released a new commercial featuring Mesa Mayor Scott Smith. In the commercial, Mesa Mayor Scott Smith explains why he is supporting Bob Worsley and he urges Mesa voters to support Worsley in the August 28th Republican primary. The text of the commercial is as follows:
“I’m Mesa Mayor Scott Smith. Arizona is at a crossroads. We have real problems that require practical solutions to grow our economy, improve education, and maintain our quality of life.
That’s why Arizona needs …Read More »
Happy to announce we’ve been endorsed by the Arizona Republic:
Things haven’t changed since November.
Former Sen. Russell Pearce is still Russell Pearce. He continues to say embarrassing, hateful things via Facebook and e-mail. He still has the same my-way-or-the-highway attitude.
Pearce has tried to play up his record in job creation and education to counter criticism that he’s a one-note candidate. But he still hasn’t reached out to Mesa’s political, business and educational leaders to gather their views. If sent back to the Capitol, he would largely …Read More »
From yesterday’s Arizona Republic:
It might have looked like Russell Pearce got knocked off his political horse last year, but the truth is he just kept on riding.
Stunned by a double-digit defeat in an unprecedented recall election, the then-president of the Arizona Senate vowed to press his decades-long fight against illegal immigration and for other elements of his conservative agenda.
In short order, he became president of Ban Amnesty Now, a national group opposing illegal immigration. He was elected vice chairman of the Arizona Republican Party. And …Read More »