Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Thursday his candidacy for the state’s 2022 Senate race, touting what he described as his “proven track record” in fighting tough battles against the federal government and big corporations.
“I’m a fighter,” Brnovich told Fox News in an interview. “As attorney general, I’m no stranger to tough battles, I’ve sued the federal government numerous times, taken on the political elites here in Arizona, taken on huge corporations, international corporations in state court, I’ve fought back against my own party when it required it and so I have a proven record doing the right thing in the right way and standing up for Arizona values.”
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Brnovich becomes the third Republican to announce his candidacy in what is expected to be a right race against incumbent Sen. Mark Kelly, D-Ariz., and that could determine which party controls the chamber.
Brnovich, who was elected attorney general in 2014 and re-elected in 2018, has launched a number of lawsuits and legal efforts on everything from Big Tech to the Biden’s administration’s border policies.
Brnovich’s office has sued Google over its privacy and location tracking – a lawsuit that revealed employee concerns about its policies. He has also defended Arizona’s controversial election integrity laws and sued the state’s Board of Regents over increasing tuition.
This year, he has focused efforts on the Biden administration’s border and immigration policies in particular. His office has been part of lawsuits challenging the Biden administration’s interim guidance on Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deportations and arrests, and challenging its ending of
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