Newsmen examine Corporation Commission election

Candidates for the Arizona Corporation Commission, (from left) Republican incumbent Bob Stump, Democratic incumbent Sandra Kennedy, Republican challenger Bob Burns, Democratic incumbent Paul Newman, Republican challenger Susan Bitter Smith and Democratic challenger Marcia Busching, field questions during a Sept. 20 debate, hosted by the Arizona Investment Council and moderated by former KAET “Horizon” host Michael Grant. / Arizona Capitol Times 


The Arizona Corporation Commission is probably the most important group of elected officials you don’t pay enough attention to. Six major party candidates are running for three commission seats. Three of the six are incumbents: two Democrats and one Republican.

KJZZ’s Mark Brodie reports on the role the state’s renewable energy standard has played in the race so far. Ryan Randazzo of The Arizona Republic explains what commissioners do and whether the incumbents have a built-in advantage as they seek reelection.


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