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Suspicious signatures

Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas is collecting signatures to run for attorney general and Bill Montgomery is collecting signatures to run for Maricopa County attorney.

It may not be illegal, but it sure does not seem right, because Thomas is not planning on declaring until the last minute and then only Montgomery will have enough signatures.

Neither has declared official candidacy.

It is Mr. Montgomery’s signatures that are of bigger concern.

– Kathleen Winn
Mesa

3 comments

  1. One word: waah. If anyone else was interested in the office, what’s stopping them.

  2. Andrew Thomas is a master of secreting his activities from the public. He has run his entire political career in a clandestine fashion and now wants to spread his malaise statewide. There is no “waah” on secret politics. It doesn’t take an Einstein to know that secrecy in politics is the prelude to terrible outcomes for the general population.

  3. What’s stopping anyone else from running for Attorney General or County Attorney? Where’s the secrecy if we’re posting on it?

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