The race for Arizona governor is heating up.
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, tossed her hat in the ring on Wednesday. Gov. Doug Ducey’s second term ends in 2023.
“The other side isn’t offering policies to make our lives better. They’re offering conspiracies that only make our lives worse. We did our job. They refuse to do theirs. … That’s why I’m running for governor,” Hobbs said in her launch video.
“In 2020, against all odds, in the middle of a pandemic, we proved that democracy works. It’s been my job and life’s work to make government work for the people of Arizona,” she said.
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