Is Fulton Brock's Endorsement Something to Shout From the Rooftops?

Yesterday, former Chandler City Councilman Martin Sepulveda announced he has the endorsement of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock in his bid for Congress.

Brock has been known in more recent days for his family's sex scandal, as his wife and adult daughter were both convicted of sexually abusing the same kid.

Brock has claimed he was "flabbergasted" by the news that his wife was having a sexual relationship with a teenage boy -- that is, until everyone found out Brock had previously met with former County Attorney Rick Romley to see if he knew any lawyers who specialized in kiddy-diddling defense.

Brock also used his position to get his wife better treatment in jail, and had considered appealing to Governor Jan Brewer for help.

Brock was never charged with any crimes, but is he the kind of guy you'd want to announce an endorsement from?

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Matthew Hendley
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