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Tom Horne
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Horne at an event in Phoenix in 2023
19th and 23rd Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction
Assumed office
January 2, 2023
Political offices
Preceded by Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction
Succeeded by
Preceded by Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction
Legal offices
Preceded by Attorney General of Arizona
Succeeded by