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Two Arizonans are speaking out against what they say is government overreach in Arizona.Dwight Kadar, left, and his wife Andrea Kadar speak with Frank Riggs, candidate for governor, on Wednesday, June 18, at Olde Sedona Bar and Grill. Riggs, a Republican, is running on a platform of limited federal government and stopping the “Obamazation of America.”

On Wednesday, June 18, the Verde Valley Republican Women hosted two candidates for state positions — Frank Riggs, gubernatorial candidate, and Mark Brnovich, running for Arizona attorney general, at the Olde Sedona Bar and Grill in West Sedona.

After a brief lunch and a recap of the club’s minutes, Riggs took the stage and presented his campaign to the club.

He spoke of his military and civilian police service, his family values and congressional experience. He said these points qualified him to lead the state toward strengthening the border, standing against what he described as federal overreach and achieving higher standards in education.

Riggs said one of the main objectives of his administration would be to take Common Core out of Arizona.

For the full story, see the Friday, June 20, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.

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