Recently, 2011 Phoenix Mayoral Candidate Jennifer Wright endorsed Republican Mark Brnovich for Arizona Attorney General.
“Now, more than ever, we need an Attorney General who knows and understands not only the U.S. Constitution, but the Arizona Constitution. We need an AG who will fight against federal programs, like ObamaCare. We need someone whose background includes not only prosecuting criminals, but has served as the director of the Goldwater Institute’s Center for Constitutional Government. And, we need someone who talks the talk AND walks the walk. Friends, we need Mark Brnovich.”
East Valley conservative activist and grassroots leader Shane Wikfors also endorsed Brnovich for Arizona Attorney General.
“As someone who places tremendous value on character and experience, I am excited to endorse Mark Brnovich to be Arizona’s next Attorney General. Mark possesses the conservative principles and personal integrity necessary to represent and advocate for Arizonans against an overbearing assault from Washington, DC. As a prosecutor, Mark has always demonstrated a commitment to justice, fairness, and judicial integrity. I also admire and respect his dedication to protecting our cultural and faith-based values. I wholeheartedly endorse and support Mark Brnovich as our next Attorney General of Arizona.”
Of the endorsements, Mark had this to say, “Jennifer Wright and Shane Wikfors have been steadfast advocates for conservative principles in the valley for a long time. Their support is invaluable and I look forward to working with them to help restore integrity and character to the office of Attorney General.”
ABOUT MARK BRNOVICH:
Raised in Arizona, Mark Brnovich is a graduate of Arizona State University. After law school, Mark prosecuted felonies in the Gang/Repeat Offender Bureau of the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office and worked as an Assistant Attorney General for Arizona and as Assistant US Attorney for the District of Arizona. Mark also served his country as Command Staff Judge Advocate for the 153rd Field Artillery Brigade of the Arizona Army National Guard for eight years. Mark met his wife Susan while both were working as prosecutors. They live in Phoenix with their two daughters.