Horizon Roundup: Governor pay raises, foreign policy and sexual harassment allegations in the state senate
Oct. 20, 2017
Governor Doug Ducey, who wants to be known as the education governor, has given pay raises of up to 20 percent to his staff while teacher salaries in Arizona are among the lowest in the country.
Senator John McCain made an impassioned speech criticizing the “half-baked” foreign policy of the Trump administration. The roundtable discusses how this might affect local races.
Steve Bannon came to Arizona to support the candidacy of Kelli Ward in the primary against Jeff Flake.
Governor Doug Ducey appointed Mesa Republican tax analyst Justin Olson will replace Doug Little as corporation commissioner.
State Representative Michelle Ugenti-Rita alleges that she has been subjected to sexual harassment in the Arizona state legislature.