Category Archives: Arizona History

Arizona Mid-Term Elections, 2014: An Early Preview — Podcast May 19. 2014

The 2014 Arizona Mid-Term Primaries: Democrats, Republicans, and Independents. Old Money, New Money, and Dark Money. Can Anybody Get a Handle on the Crazy?  Democratic Perspective co-hosts Mike Cosentino and Steve Williamson, with producer Gary LaMaster, take an early look at the upcoming state primary elections.

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Carolyn Warner Interview — Podcast January 27, 2014

Carolyn Warner: Politics and the Future. Carolyn Warner has had a long and distinguished career in Arizona Democratic Party politics. She served three terms as Arizona’s Superintendent of Public Instruction, ran for the U.S. Senate 1976,  was the Democratic nominee for … Continue reading

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The Arizona Show — Podcast November 18, 2013

Arizona: Its Past, Its Present, and Its Future.  Democratic Perspective’s co-hosts Steve Williamson and Mike Cosentino, together with Chuck Williamson and Gary LaMaster, explore Arizona’s past, its present, and together look ahead to its prospects for the future. A critical analysis … Continue reading

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