Arizona Edition - Arizona Democrat Terry Goddard has a long history in Arizona politics. He served as the Mayor of Phoenix in the 1980s, was a federal housing official in the 1990s and was the Arizona Attorney General from 2003 until 2011. Goddard has also run and lost three campaigns to be Governor. Goddard’s father, Sam Goddard, was Arizona Governor in the 1960s.
This year Terry Goddard has his sights set on the office of Secretary of State, Arizona’s top elections official. Goddard tells KAWC’s Lou Gum that controversies over voting rights and registration in the last few years drew him to run for the state’s second highest public office…(originally aired 04/09/14)
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