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Bolick says she'll be "non-partisan" Sec. of State, Hamadeh says he'll be a "proactive" Attorney General

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Several state races are hotly contested from the Republican side.

There are no fewer than six candidates running for Attorney General.

Four want to be Secretary of State.

Today on The Field from KAWC, we hear from two of the contenders in those crowded fields.

Shawnna Bolick has made headlines in the state legislature with her support of strict election reforms.

She’ll explain how she plans to clean up the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office.

Abraham Hamadeh thinks the federal government has gone too far.

He wants to shake off its stewardship from the state Attorney General’s Office.

Plus, we have new poll numbers on the Republican race for Arizona Governor from OH Predictive Insights.

Also, ballot drop box security is the focus of this week’s Civics 101 lesson.

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Lisa Sturgis’ return to KAWC brings her journalistic career full circle. Uncle Bob Hardy gave Lisa her first exposures to reporting back in the 1980s. She went on to spend more than three decades in TV news before making the decision to come home to NPR.
Lou grew up in Tucson and has a long family history in the state of Arizona. He began his public radio career in 1988 at KNAU in Flagstaff as a classical music DJ and has been hooked on public radio since, transitioning to news after trying his hand at several other careers in publishing and commercial broadcasting. Lou has a degree in American Studies from Arizona State University and was KAWC's Morning Edition host for two and half years before becoming News and Operations Director.
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