Felecia Rotellini files for 2014 Arizona Attorney General bid

February 25, 2013

With more than a year and a half before Arizonans elect their next attorney general, Felecia Rotellini filed paperwork Monday to run against incumbent Tom Horne.

If a battle to be the state's lawyer between Democrat Rotellini and Republican Horne sounds familiar, it’s because it happened before -- three years ago, in 2010 -- when Rotellini lost to Horne by some 63,000 votes.

 Rotellini was assistant attorney general from 1990 to 2002, when she became Arizona’s lead banking regulator.  She’s been in private practice since 2009.

 The paperwork for the Felecia for Arizona 2014 campaign lists last fall’s Democratic Senate hopeful Richard Carmona as Rotellini’s campaign chairman.  

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