Tony Bouie

Jan 3, 2017

Ducey pursues damage control in dealing with flawed agency heads

Three agency directors appointed by Gov. Doug Ducey were forced out by the governor in 2016 amid concerns they acted out of line right under the governor’s nose.

Jul 13, 2016

No charges will be filed in Bouie case

The Attorney General’s Office last month closed a criminal investigation of former Arizona Lottery Director Tony Bouie.

Feb 9, 2016

AG’s Office confirms Bouie investigation

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office is investigating Tony Bouie, who resigned as state Lottery director following revelations that he used state vehicles for personal reasons and fired agency employees so he could hire friends to replace them.

Jan 14, 2016

Arizona Lottery chief Tony Bouie resigns

Following allegations that he’d improperly used state vehicles for personal reasons and fired several employees and replaced them with friends, Arizona State Lottery Director Tony Bouie resigned his position to avoid being a “distraction,” according to the Governor’s Office.

Nov 13, 2015

Cap Times Q&A: Tony Bouie: Bringing New Life to the Arizona Lottery

Tony Bouie, the former NFL-player-turned-politician-turned bureaucrat, is shaking things up at the Arizona State Lottery, where as executive director he has hunkered down to privatize some of his agency’s work, posting subcontracting jobs online and increasing the percentage of contracting work that’s being done by in-state firms.

Nov 25, 2009

Clean Elections bans ‘slate strategy’

The future of Clean Elections matching funds is up in the air, but on Nov. 17 the Citizens Clean Elections Commission voted to ban a campaign strategy involving the funds.