Ken Bennett

Prescott Talks: Interview with Ken Bennett, candidate for Arizona State Senate, LD-1

No question Ken Bennett is a nice man who loves Arizona and Prescott. As for all who signed the “Pledge” to support Bennett and oppose Steve Zipperman are also favoring the “good ole boys” who run politics behind the scenes. Phil Goode should know better as he was able to beat the GOB ‘s candidate for mayor of Prescott. Looking back 19 years, I recall Ken Bennett coming to Prescott Valley and cheering on the Fain Family who was pushing for an event center in PV. That event center was built with about 70% being put on the shoulders of the PV taxpayers. While the Bennett’s and Fain’s are conservative’s, they also represent the power of the historic ruling class in the greater Prescott area. We need the conservative voice of a constitutional conservative; Steve Zipperman.

Former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett, face of 2020 election review, runs for state Senate

Corrections & Clarifications: Ken Bennett lost a race for the Arizona House of Representatives in 1996. A previous version of the article had incorrect information. A previous version also had incorrect information about Steve Zipperman's political volunteer work. Former lawmaker and Secretary of State Ken Bennett, who worked as a liaison for the state Senate's partisan audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, hopes to lead on election issues if voters return him to the Legislature. ...
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Democrat Pete Rios rebuffed offer be ‘audit’ co-liaison alongside Ken Bennett

Former Secretary of State Ken Bennett asked former Democratic state Sen. Pete Rios to be his co-liaison on the controversial review of the 2020 election in Maricopa County. A batch of documents that the Arizona Senate released under court order to American Oversight, a liberal watchdog group, include a text message that Rios sent to Bennett on April 7, apparently in response to a request from Bennett that the two former state senators work together as co-liaison to the Senate.