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Andrei Cherny, a former Arizona assistant attorney general, is an economic policy expert and the president of the national public policy journal and think tank "Democracy."

Posted: Tuesday, August 3, 2010 10:34 am | Updated: 4:54 pm, Tue Sep 13, 2011.

Andrei Cherny is running for State Treasurer to help turn our economy around. He's not part of the mess in state government - he's going there to clean it up. As an Arizona state prosecutor, he amassed a 100% conviction rate in taking on corporate crooks, financial fraud artists, and illegal immigrant smugglers. In the private sector, Cherny ran a business and worked with some of America's top companies. And as a White House aide and nationally-recognized economic policy expert, Cherny helped develop the ideas at the center of 2010's historic Wall Street reform.

Andrei Cherny is the only candidate with a record of taking on corporate greed and government bureaucrats, and standing up to politicians in both parties. As State Treasurer, he'll be "The Taxpayers' Bulldog" - going after those who misuse government funds whether they're on Wall Street or in the state bureaucracy. He'll work across party lines to use the powers of the office to make safer investments that spur new job growth in areas like high-tech, biotech, and clean tech; use audits to help reform government so that it works better and provides 21st century services; work to restore long-term fiscal responsibility; and help make Arizona "the Solar State " -- a national leader in solar energy jobs. Andrei lives in Phoenix with his wife, Stephanie, and son, Ben, a fifth-generation Arizonan. He has been an officer in the United States Navy reserve for over seven years.

Join our movement for change: www.AndreiForArizona.com

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