This year, he's running for Arizona State Treasurer against two other Rs (no Democratic candidates are in the race, so that one will be decided in the R primary).
State treasurer is a low-profile position, so low profile that even knowledgeable activists don't know much about it. And average voters?
They might know the job exists, but not much else.
And it appears that Hallman is looking to take advantage of that ignorance with misleading campaign signs -
The problem with this sign (and he has the same verbiage on his website)?
Other than period pilgrimages over to the lege to
The budget is within the purview of the legislature, and they aren't giving up that one; the only reason that they pay any attention to the governor regarding the budget is because of the governor's veto power.
The state treasurer doesn't have that, so is ignored.
However, the average voter doesn't know the nitty-gritty of Arizona governance, so we get signs like this.