by Jim Nintzel
The Democratic candidates for Arizona Attorney General got together for a Clean Elections debate last night. It was a little less contentious than the GOP bloodbath, which you can watch here.
Casey Newton of the Arizona Republic reports:
While the Democrats' debate appeared polite by comparison, Rabago and Rotellini exchanged fire over their respective day jobs.
Rabago criticized Rotellini for leaving the Department of Financial Institutions to work for a law firm that represents banks, saying she was too cozy with the institutions she had regulated.
"She went straight to the industry that she regulated," Rabago said. "It's a revolving door. The question that needs to be asked is, are you a friend of the industry or not?"