State Representative Brenda Barton endorses Mark Brnovich for Attorney General
Today, Republican candidate for Attorney General Mark Brnovich received the endorsement of Representative Brenda Barton, who currently represents portions of Apache, Coconino, Gila, and Navajo County in Arizona’s legislative district 6.
“I am pleased to endorse Mark Brnovich for Arizona Attorney General. Arizona needs an Attorney General that has the drive, qualifications, and desire to push back against the overreach of the federal government,” said Brenda Barton. “Mark has always been a champion of property rights and believes in the necessity for Arizona to assume the sovereign rights of a state over the lands within our borders. Mark understands the priorities of rural Arizona and I’m giving him my full support.”
Representative Barton is the current Chairman of the House Agriculture and Water Committee and member of the Transportation Committee.
“I am honored to have the support of a lifelong Arizonan like Representative Barton. She has a proven track record of conservative values and has fought to protect Arizona’s natural resources for future generations,” Brnovich said.
Representative Brenda Barton joins U.S. Representative Trent Franks, County Attorney Bill Montgomery, Representatives Debbie Lesko, Paul Boyer, T.J. Shope, former State Senators Linda Gray, Barbara Leff, 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, and Jennifer Wright in endorsing Mark Brnovich for Arizona 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 U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona. Mark also served his country as the 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.