Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs pressed on toward a transition Wednesday as aides laid out the incoming administration’s priorities and promised she will be “a governor for all Arizonans.”
The incumbent superintendent will face off in November against a conservative former superintendent and a write-in Libertarian candidate.
Abortion rights and democracy will be on the ballot this November, after Republican voters nominated a slate of anti-abortion, election-denying conspiracy theorists as their candidates.
Aware of the Jan. 6 mob’s chants to ‘Hang Mike Pence,’ former President Trump responded: “Maybe our supporters had the right idea."
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