Former State Representative Kathleen Dunbar endorses
Mark Brnovich for Attorney General
Today, Republican candidate for Attorney General Mark Brnovich received the endorsement of former State Representative and Tucson City Councilwoman Kathleen Dunbar.
“As a former elected official, I understood that I was held to a higher standard every day I walked out my front door. We need an Attorney General that believes the same and Mark Brnovich is that person. Mark will bring ethics, character, and principles to the Attorney General’s office and discontinue the current administration’s embarrassing behavior,” said Dunbar.
“Mark is a vibrant and experienced prosecutor who will take charge as Attorney General. We are in a critical time of American History and we need statesmen to defend our states rights. Please join me in supporting Mark Brnovich for Attorney General,” said Dunbar.
Kathleen Dunbar served seven years in the Arizona State Legislature and four years on the Tucson City Council. While in the legislature, she served as the Vice Chairman of the Commerce Committee.
“Kathleen is a person that understands what serving the people of Arizona really means. I think it is important to hear from people like Kathleen that served with my primary opponent in the Arizona State Legislature. I’m honored to have Kathleen’s support and grateful to have her advice. I look forward to continuing to serve the people of Arizona as our next Attorney General,” Brnovich said.
Former State Representative Dunbar joins U.S. Representative Trent Franks, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, Representatives Brenda Barton, Debbie Lesko, Paul Boyer, and T.J. Shope, former State Senators Linda Gray, Barbara Leff and Frank Antenori, Arizona Christian University President Len Munsil, former State Treasurer Dean Martin, Coolidge Mayor Tom Shope, Chandler City Councilman Jeff Weninger and national and local conservative leaders like David McIntosh, Shane Wikfors, Jennifer Wright in addition to more than 70 grassroots leaders in endorsing Mark Brnovich for Arizona Attorney General.