Meet the Candidate
Running For:State Senate
Occupation:Retired Mesa Police Sergeant/owner operator of Little American Tractor Service
Education:AA and BS in Criminal Justice +30 years of Law Enforcement Training and experience
I grew up in Norwalk, CA on a small farm in the middle of the city. I attended and graduated from Cypress College and California State University Fullerton. While in college I worked as an intern for the State Police on campus. I served as a Community Service Officer with the University Police.
I was recruited by the
Mesa Police Department, and moved to Mesa, AZ in 1992. I bought a house a half mile from Police Headquarters, and the Central Substation, so I could walk to work. Living in the neighborhood I served made me responsive and connected to the neighborhood in a special way. I served our community for 27 years and retired as a Police Sergeant in 2018. I am now running a small business, Little American Tractor Service.
As a retired Mesa Police Sergeant who served and protected our community for 27 years, you can be confident I will continue fighting to protect our freedoms. I am a Christian, America-first conservative who believes in freedom, personal responsibility, limited government, and lower taxes. I have been married to my wife, Heather, for 22 years and we have raised two daughters.
My opponent, our current Senator, recently tried to convince me that the platform of the Republican Party is to protect business’ rights above the rights of individuals. I believe the rights of individuals are sacred, including those of the unborn. I expected better from my Republican elected representative. WE DESERVE BETTER! Please vote ROBERT SCANTLEBURY for Arizona State Senate, a REAL conservative.
AZ Free Enterprise Club
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|1. Expanding background checks to include guns purchased from private individuals.
|2. Adding “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” or “gender expression” to the protected classes of race, religion, age, sex, and ancestry in nondiscrimination law.
|3. Prohibiting abortion except when it is necessary to prevent the death of the mother.
|4. Allowing biological males that identify as transgender to play on female sports teams.
|5. Providing state funding to abortion entities that perform or refer for abortion.
|6. Allowing all parents to use tax credits, vouchers, or education savings accounts to enable their children to attend any public, charter, private, homeschool, or online academy.
|7. Legalizing physician-assisted suicide.
|8. Allowing parents to seek professional counseling for their minor child with same-sex attraction or gender identity issues.
|9. Protecting individuals and businesses from being required to provide services or use their artistic expression in a manner that violates their moral or religious beliefs.
|10. Keeping the flat income tax rate in Arizona’s state tax code.
|And continue to reduce and then eliminate income tax.
|11. Requiring any government entity, including schools, to inform parents about their child’s physical, emotional, or mental health.
|12. Establishing electric retail competition to eliminate the current monopoly system for electric utilities.
|And this should include municipalities and any other government entities.