Arizona GOP Senate candidate says he'll leave job with billionaire benefactor next year

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A government ethics expert said Masters' financial disclosure raised questions about potential conflicts of interest. "Is this member of Congress here to serve the voters or do the bidding of a wealthy donor?" said Delaney Marsco, senior legal counsel for ethics at the Campaign Legal Center. "His way of telling voters I'm going to step away from the company, we don't really know what that means until it comes to pass." Masters' financial disclosure revealed his lucrative ties to Thiel, along with a large investment in cryptocurrencies and a "firearms trust.”

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