Should Tom Horne Think About Resigning?
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Maybe Attorney General Tom Horne ought to think about resigning.
Again, Horne and one of his employees were found to have circumvented state campaign-finance laws, by coordinating Horne's AG campaign with an independent-expenditure committee.
Stephen Lemons reported on Friday Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk's order for Horne and Kathleen Winn refund nearly $400,000 of the money raised by that independent-expenditure committee.
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Of course, this comes after Horne hired his alleged mistress at the AG's office, and his efforts to hide it , as well as his hit-and-run case -- which was seen by two FBI agents who were following him.
Don't you think Horne should be thinking about, you know, resigning from his post as the state's top prosecutor?
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