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 Governor of Arizona in 1986, and currently serves as a Democratic Party National Committeewoman for Arizona. In a wide-ranging interview with Democratic Perspective‘s Mike Cosentino and  Steve Williamson, she talks about the reasons for the divisiveness and hostility in our current politics, the threat to our children and the country’s future in the underfunding of public education, the malign influence of dark money and the American Legislative Exchange Council, and the hope for a better future through political organization.

This entry was posted in Arizona Economy, Arizona History, Arizona Politics, Campaign Finance, Education Policy, Interviews, National Politics, Podcasts, Political Action Committees, Political Contributions, Political Polarization, Special Interest Legislation, Women's Issues, Women's Rights and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.