Arizona Attorney General
Mark Brnovich was inaugurated as Arizona’s Attorney General in 2015. He previously served as Director of the Arizona Department of Gaming, as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona, and as an Assistant Attorney General with the state. He has also been a Judge Pro Tem of Maricopa County Superior Court, Deputy Maricopa County Attorney, Command Staff Judge Advocate in the U.S. Army National Guard, and Director of the Center for Constitutional Government at the Goldwater Institute.
Brnovich is known for restoring public confidence in the office of “Arizona’s Top Cop” and for assembling some of the nation’s most talented public servants for his administration. He argued at the United States Supreme Court regarding voter redistricting, was featured on the CBS talk show 60 Minutes in defense of capital punishment, and appeared on Times Square’s billboards to combat human sex trafficking.
Most recently, he was honored by the National Federation of Independent Business as a “Champion of Small Businesses.”