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|Arizona Corporation Commissioner|
|Preceded by||Bob Stump|
|Alma mater||Arizona State University (B.S.) (J.D.)|
Boyd Dunn is an American politician who serves on the Arizona Corporation Commission, first being elected in the 2016 election.Prior to serving in the Commission, Dunn served as the mayor of Chandler, Arizona from 2002 to 2011.
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Dunn also served as a superior court judge.
During the campaign, Dunn expressed doubts on the existence of climate change.
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