Arizona Democrat Felecia Rotellini files for attorney general race
PHOENIX -- Democrat Felecia Rotellini said she's ready to take on either Attorney General Tom Horne or his Republican primary opponent in the November general election with a full war chest.
Rotellini filed nominating petitions Monday to officially qualify for the ballot. She said she expects to have more than $1 million in the bank by June to take on either Horne or his Republican primary challenger, Mark Brnovich.
Rotellini faced no opposition in August's Democratic primary.
She said whoever emerges from the GOP primary will be "broke and bruised" and she's ready to take them on.
Rotellini came close to beating Horne in the 2010 general election. She's an attorney with 27 years' experience, including 13 years as civil and criminal prosecutor in the Arizona attorney general's office.