PHOENIX - The race for the Republican nomination in Arizona's governor's race is down to a final week of furious campaigning and even more furious efforts to court voters with television ads.
Monday's developments included another big cash infusion by GoDaddy founder Bob Parsons to a political action committee backing his former corporate lawyer, gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones. Mesa Mayor Scott Smith campaigned with Gov. Jan Brewer in Prescott and a candidate forum attended by four of the six GOP candidates was set for Flagstaff in the evening.
RELATED: Andrew Thomas' campaign ad for governor
State Treasurer Doug Ducey and former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas don't plan on attending.
Parsons' says he put in another $1 million to counter ads targeting Jones he believes are from Ducey backers.
Ken Bennett and Frank Riggs round out the GOP field.