Democrat State Rep. Aaron Lieberman announced that he’s resigning from the Arizona Legislature to focus on his run to become the state’s next governor.
Lieberman is seeking the Democratic nomination in the general election that will determine GOP Gov. Doug Ducey’s successor in 2022, the Arizona Mirror reported.
“I am all in on this race for Governor, and for that reason, I have decided that it is both logistically practical and ethically imperative to resign my seat in the state legislature,” Lieberman said.
“During my time in the state legislature, I worked across the aisle to get good things done, but I had a front-row seat to watch bad things happen to our state, from banning mask mandates in our schools to slashing nearly $3 billion in state revenues,” Lieberman stated.
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