- Associated Press - Saturday, November 1, 2014

PHOENIX (AP) - Democrat Felecia Rotellini is making her second run for Arizona attorney general after coming close to beating Tom Horne four years ago.

She’s facing another formidable challenger in Republican Mark Brnovich.

Rotellini has won endorsements from many of the state’s newspapers and some prominent Republicans and Democrats are working hard on turnout.

Still, Brnovich is brimming with optimism of a victory in Tuesday’s election.

Brnovich’s supporters have tried to cast Rotellini as lacking criminal trial experience and being soft on border security. She says she has civil experience key to running the office and has a border security plan.

Rotellini has gone after Brnovich for his ties to the private prison industry and anti-abortion groups. He defends his prison industry work and says he’ll enforce laws regards of his views.

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