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Quick Facts
Personal Details

Mark Brnovich (Republican Party) is the Attorney General of Arizona. He assumed office on January 5, 2015. His current term ends on January 2, 2023.

Brnovich (Republican Party) ran for re-election for Attorney General of Arizona. He won in the general election on November 6, 2018.

He defeated one-term incumbent Tom Horne (R) in the Republican primary on August 26, 2014, before winning the position in the general election.

The 2018 election was considered a battleground race. Republicans won seven of the ten attorney general elections held in the state between 1972 and 2014, and Democrats won three. State term limits require the attorney general to serve no more than two consecutive terms.

Brnovich was an at-large delegate to the 2016 Republican National Convention from Arizona. He was bound to support Donald Trump for one ballot.

Brnovich earned his undergraduate degree in political science from Arizona State University and his Juris Doctor from the University of San Diego School of Law.

Brnovich was in charge of the state department of gaming for Arizona from 2009 to 2013. Brnovich previously worked for the Goldwater Institute as well as the private prison firm Corrections Corporation of America.

Education

  • B.A., political science, Arizona State University
  • J.D., University of San Diego School of Law

Education

  • BS, Political Science, Arizona State University
  • JD, Law, University of San Diego, 1991

Professional Experience

  • BS, Political Science, Arizona State University
  • JD, Law, University of San Diego, 1991
  • Former Director, Arizona Department of Gaming
  • Former Director, Center for Constitutional Government, Goldwater Institute
  • Former Senior Director, Corrections Corporation of America
  • Former Assistant United States Attorney, District of Arizona, United States Department of Justice
  • Former Judge Pro Tempore, Maricopa County Superior Court
  • Command Staff Judge Advocate, United States Army National Guard
  • Assistant Attorney General, Arizona Attorney General's Office, 1998-2003
  • Prosecutor, Gang/Repeater Unit, Maricopa County Attorney's Office, 1992-1998

Political Experience

  • BS, Political Science, Arizona State University
  • JD, Law, University of San Diego, 1991
  • Former Director, Arizona Department of Gaming
  • Former Director, Center for Constitutional Government, Goldwater Institute
  • Former Senior Director, Corrections Corporation of America
  • Former Assistant United States Attorney, District of Arizona, United States Department of Justice
  • Former Judge Pro Tempore, Maricopa County Superior Court
  • Command Staff Judge Advocate, United States Army National Guard
  • Assistant Attorney General, Arizona Attorney General's Office, 1998-2003
  • Prosecutor, Gang/Repeater Unit, Maricopa County Attorney's Office, 1992-1998
  • Attorney General, State of Arizona, 2015-present

Religious, Civic, and other Memberships

  • BS, Political Science, Arizona State University
  • JD, Law, University of San Diego, 1991
  • Former Director, Arizona Department of Gaming
  • Former Director, Center for Constitutional Government, Goldwater Institute
  • Former Senior Director, Corrections Corporation of America
  • Former Assistant United States Attorney, District of Arizona, United States Department of Justice
  • Former Judge Pro Tempore, Maricopa County Superior Court
  • Command Staff Judge Advocate, United States Army National Guard
  • Assistant Attorney General, Arizona Attorney General's Office, 1998-2003
  • Prosecutor, Gang/Repeater Unit, Maricopa County Attorney's Office, 1992-1998
  • Attorney General, State of Arizona, 2015-present
  • Chair, Conference of Western Attorneys General
  • Member, Protecting America's Seniors: Attorneys General United Against Elder Abuse Working Group, National Association of Attorneys General
Elections

2018

General election
General election for Attorney General of Arizona

Incumbent Mark Brnovich defeated January Contreras in the general election for Attorney General of Arizona on November 6, 2018.

Mark Brnovich (R)
51.7%
1,201,398 Votes

January Contreras (D)
48.3%
1,120,726 Votes

Total votes: 2,322,124

Democratic primary election
Democratic primary for Attorney General of Arizona

January Contreras advanced from the Democratic primary for Attorney General of Arizona on August 28, 2018.

January Contreras
100.0%
464,510 Votes

Total votes: 464,510
(100.00% precincts reporting)

Republican primary election
Republican primary for Attorney General of Arizona

Incumbent Mark Brnovich advanced from the Republican primary for Attorney General of Arizona on August 28, 2018.

Mark Brnovich
100.0%
561,370 Votes

Total votes: 561,370
(100.00% precincts reporting)


2014

Attorney General of Arizona, 2014

Party Candidate Vote % Votes
Republican Green check mark transparent.pngMark Brnovich 52.9% 782,361
Democratic Felecia Rotellini 47.1% 696,054
Nonpartisan Anthony Camboni (Write-in) 0% 265
Total Votes 1,478,680
Election results via Arizona Secretary of State

Arizona Attorney General, Republican Primary, 2014

Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngMark Brnovich 53.7% 279,855
Tom Horne Incumbent 46.3% 240,858
Total Votes 520,713
Election results via Arizona Secretary of State.


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