Former U.S. Representative Matt Salmon has joined the list of Republican candicates for Governor of Arizona.
Salmon was in Congress from 1995-2001. He left office, fulfilling a term limit promise he had made to Arizona voters.
He made an unsuccessful run for Governor in 2002. Salmon was also a member of the Arizona Legislature.
In 2013, Salmon began another two terms in the U.S. House and was a founding member of the Freedom Caucus.
In his campaign video, Salmon touted his A+ rating from the National Rifle Association and said he is “100%” pro-life.
He is the fourth person to join the Republican gubernatorial primary.