AZ AG Brnovich in full blown campaign mode

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, who has taken refuge behind a scruffy Belushi-like beard and moustache, has audaciously signaled he is in full blown campaign mode via a lengthy email detailing his accomplishments. Titled “The General’s Report, ” it begins with a clichéd reference to Spring:

“With April now upon us, it’s time to reflect on the Spring season and it’s classic themes of rejuvenation and renewal.”

Reading between the lines, term limited in 2022, he is moving on, omitting the other “R’ word “reinventing.”

From there he uses his office to blatantly recount his accomplishments, as he employs the royal “we,” while veering into unbridled self promotion in a lengthy email sent to Republicans. How he gained access to the list is anyone’s guess, but recipients are less than enthralled with having a public official inappropriately using his office as a free campaign website. Over a dozen and a half links of the office’s “accomplishments” and links to expansive coverage are an overreach that doesn’t pass the smell test. As a lawyer married to a U.S. District Judge, better judgment should have been used. Although Susan Brnovich was nominated to the federal bench by President Trump, she was initially appointed to the Maricopa County Superior Court by none other than far-left partisan Gov. Janet Napolitano, who rarely engaged in cross party appointments.

In an ingratiating mode, A.G. Mark Brnovich signs his email using the words, “With gratitude.” The obvious takeaway is Brnovich is signaling in advance his gratitude for your vote and a campaign donation…though he doesn’t indicate what office he’s eyeing. From his current perch the possibilities are whittled down to a few.

15 Responses to AZ AG Brnovich in full blown campaign mode

  1. Frankly Speaking says:

    I found A.G. Brnovich’s lengthy email yesterday and opened it this morning wondering what the self aggrandizing braggadocio was about. Now I get it. Forgot he was term limited.

  2. State Committeeman says:

    If Brnovich is thinking of running for governor, he needs to reconsider. He’s too much like Ducey right down to his McCain connection. It’s time to move on and elect a conservative. Last AG’s election we didn’t have a choice when Brnovich was challenged by the former chair of the Democrat party Felecia Rotellini.

    • East Valley Conservative says:

      What McCain connection? That’s a definite deal breaker for me and many others I know.John McCain was no conservative, though he lied about securing the border in his campaign ads and immediately after he was elected, colluded with democrats to gift illegal invaders with a “path to citizenship.”

      • Anthem Al says:

        Never confuse Brnovich with a conservative. In 2014 lifelong democrat colluder McCain cut a radio ad for Brnovich. He was quoted as saying, “I’ve always supported him.” McCain said of Brnovich. “I’ve known him for a long time. I just did a little ad for him.”

        In 2016 a then clean shaven Brnovich returned the favor and endorsed RINO McCain. You’ll notice the comments following Brnovich’s accolade-laced endorsement are turned off. I can’t imagine why….wink, wink.

  3. Clementine says:

    Isn’t Brnovich’s email not only beyond the bounds of good taste, but bordering on illegal? I’m not a lawyer…just asking.

  4. Doc says:

    Dollars-2-doughnutz he’s aiming for uncle fester’s spot in the U.S. Senate, which as we all here know…ends in 2022.But if Andy Biggs runs…PROVIDED THERE’S NO CHEATING…(is that a pipe-dream???) by sed creepy uncle, sed “general” will get his Doors Blown Off! THAT’S not even a Drag Race…

    • Trevor says:

      Ice Cream Man is not running for Senate. Even though cosmonaut will beat him like a pulp. God hoping Andy Biggs runs.

      • Doc says:

        I was referring to brnovich…not mcDooshbag. Even th’ ice cream man knows that the Senate is a bridge too far for his hypocritical @$$!

  5. Trevor says:

    He has been on Fox a lot lately. It’s obvious he’s running. Rumor has it Ducey wants Karin Taylor Robson who has supported illegal aliens getting in-state tuition, which is bad. And I’ve heard Matt Salmon is gonna run for Governor again with the backing of Andy Biggs.

  6. Seen It All says:

    Once he’s termed out, Brno can always return to lobbying for the private prison industry. BYW, Wasn’t that in direct conflict with the state prison system?

  7. jojo says:

    NO MORE RINO’s. Don’t give the state or county parties $$$. Give it directly to the candidates. Tired of the McCainites and the sewer pit he created.The professional politicians are STILL ENDORSING the likes of McSally. Step up and run for office all you AMERICA FIRST candidates and demand Republicans NOT ENDORSE anyone in the primaries. We want our candidates. How’d McSally work out for your Seeing Red?

    • Trevor says:

      Daniel McCarthy is a total loser. Not to mention his cult are a problem.

    • Arizona Conservative Guy says:

      McSally had credentials galore. The missing items were a personality, warmth and the ability to show as much interest in her constituents as she did to her dog.

      Daniel McCarthy was a bonafide dunce and a walking ego who give lip service to ‘America First,’ while manufacturing his makeover remover product in China! Those who followed him off the political cliff helped the democrats and Socialist George Soros elect Mark “Uncle Fester” Kelly.
      Those are the harsh facts.

  8. Joseph Bickley, Sr. says:

    The self-promoting ego of this typical politician leaves him admiring himself in his own limelight oblivious to proper grade school English usage in trying to flatter an audience. One would think he’d be more careful in a public forum, but he made two mistakes in just one sentence, “With April now upon us, it’s time to reflect on the Spring season and it’s classic themes of rejuvenation and renewal.”
    “Spring” deserves no capitalization, being no more fancy a word than, say, shoelace. And while his first use of “it’s” is correct, a contraction of it is, his second use should be the possessive with no apostrophe: its. After all, we do not write hi’s or her’s to show ownership—why it’s?
    Perhaps Mr. Brnovich should hire a talented aide to help avoid continuing grammar blunders.

  9. Tanner says:

    I wish we’d get a candidate for Governor like the gal in S.D. or Desantis, or the Texas Gov. Abbott. Somebody that’s got a conservative backbone and knows how to cuss just enough to get the point across.