Mesa City Councilmember Chris Glover Endorses Andy Biggs
July 13, 2016
GILBERT – Today, Mesa City Councilmember Chris Glover announced his endorsement for Andy Biggs for Arizona’s Fifth Congressional District. In 2011, at age 23, Chris Glover became the youngest person ever elected to the Mesa City Council.
“As one of the first millennials to run for office in Arizona, I am passionate about Arizona’s future,” said Chris Glover. In keeping with that spirit, I am proud to join my friend Congressman Matt Salmon in endorsing Andy Biggs for Congress. Andy is the right person to serve the people of Arizona’s Fifth District. I know that Andy has the courage, conservative values, experience and determination to serve and to confront the tough issues facing our communities, state and nation. I am confident that Andy will be an effective fighter and advocate on our behalf in Congress.”
“Chris Glover has set the bar high for millennials across the East Valley when it comes to public service,” said Andy Biggs. His leadership on the Mesa City Council has earned him the trust of Mesa residents, and I could not be more honored to have his endorsement for my campaign. Chris has a prosperous future ahead of him, and I look forward to continuing our work for the people of the East Valley when I am elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.”
About Chris Glover
In 2011 at age 23, Chris Glover became the youngest person ever elected to the Mesa City Council. He served as Vice Mayor from April 2014 to January 2015 and is serving his second term as District 4 Councilmember. His term runs through January of 2019. He is currently serving his fifth term on the National League of Cities’ Finance, Administration and Intergovernmental Relations Steering Committee and is in his fifth term on the National League of Cities’ Council on Youth, Education and Families. He is also a member of the National League of Cities Board of Directors. He is the youngest member of the board and joins Vice Mayor Kavanaugh as the only representatives from Mesa to serve on the NLC Board of Directors. He currently serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Business Department at Mesa Community College, served as the assistant program director of the EU Belgium Study Abroad program for Maricopa Community Colleges, an Associate Professor at Arizona State University and an Associate Professor at Northern Arizona University.