Family man.   Father.   Grandfather.   Fire fighter.   Farmer.   Small businessman.   Community leader.

Mark Freeman has been all those things during the 65 years he’s lived in the City of Mesa.

“Our City needs common sense, conservative leadership. That’s why I’m running for Mesa City Council. As your voice in City Hall, I’ll apply the same principles I learned as a fire fighter and as a farmer – meeting customers and listening to them closely, understanding your needs and problems, taking personal responsibility and taking action, and working tirelessly to find cost-effective, practical solutions.

“I’ve never been afraid of hard work. I know what it takes to keep our families safe and to improve our quality of life. I’ll work hard for you as your Mesa City Councilman.”

Mark Freeman

A fourth-generation Arizonan, Mark descends from Charles Crismon, one of Mesa’s original pioneers.  Married to his wife LeeAnn for 42 years and the father of three, Mark worked as a frontline Mesa fire fighter for more than three decades.  Active in his church, Mark has held many callings. He has served for 10 years as President of the Lehi Community Improvement Association.  Currently, he sits on the City of Mesa Board of Adjustment and on the Board of Directors for the Arizona State Farm Bureau and the Maricopa County Farm Bureau. Now, Mark Freeman wants to continue his service on the Mesa City Council.