Promises Kept; More Work To Do

Bob Mensch is running for State Senate to continue getting things done for us.

With more than 35 years of real-world business experience, his priorities are those which make government work efficiently and effectively.  That means growing jobs by cutting government spending and reducing taxes.

Bob’s landmark reform signed into law requires all state government departments and agencies to justify every single dollar in the budget request.

He successfully fought to cut taxes on manufacturers because these employers position America for strength while creating family-sustaining, rewarding careers.

As advocate for cancer research, Bob earned the Pink Ribbon Award by the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition while also personally raising funds for research into cures for prostate and breast cancer.

He serves as Vice Chairman of the Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee where he has been a champion for our first responders, having served himself in various leadership positions with the Upper Perkiomen Ambulance Association. 

Bob has a long track record of serving our community, having served as Chairman of the Marlborough Township Board of Supervisors and as Chairman of the Upper Perkiomen Regional Planning Commissions.

From 1966-1972, Bob served in the U.S. Army Engineers Reserve.  He is a member of the Unami Water Shed, and, Red Hill Band.

A native of Pennsburg and resident of Marlborough Township, Bob and his wife Joann have raised two grown children and a grandson.