PHOENIX (AP) - Two top aides to Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey are moving on.
Ducey’s office announced Thursday that Chief of Staff Daniel Scarpinato will join a Washington-based advertising and political consulting firm and that Deputy Chief of Staff Gretchen Conger is headed to Arkansas to serve as a senior adviser on Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ campaign for governor.
Both Scarpinato and Conger have served on Ducey’s staff since he took office in 2015.
Daniel Scarpinato and Gretchen Conger
Ducey, a Republican, was re-elected in 2018 to a second term. Term limits bar him from running for re-election in 2022.
Chief Operating Officer Daniel Ruiz will replace Scarpinato as chief of staff.
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