PHOENIX - Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne finds out Tuesday if years of campaign finance allegations against him outweigh what he calls a solid record of accomplishments as the state's top law enforcement official.
Horne is facing a tough challenge from former state gaming department director Mark Brnovich (burn-o-vich) in the Republican primary. Whoever wins will take on Democrat Felecia Rotellini in November.
Horne's legal problems have cost him support among the GOP establishment and Gov. Jan Brewer has endorsed Brnovich.
Horne calls the allegations false and says voters should look at his two Supreme Court wins and his expanded consumer protections and fight against child sex trafficking.
Brnovich says Horne's legal troubles make him unfit for the job.