By Maria Polletta | Arizona Republic
Attorney General Mark Brnovich and his Democratic rival use the same terms to describe the leader who should hold the state’s top legal office — “someone with integrity” who “puts Arizonans first.”
They just disagree on who that someone is.
January Contreras, a 47-year-old former prosecutor and policy adviser, is challenging the Republican incumbent’s re-election bid on the grounds that he is too “focused on partisan agendas” and special interests.
Brnovich, 51, has said he “could’ve done a much better job of scoring political points” if that were his goal, contending he’s consistently fought scams and fraud on behalf of all Arizonans.