Democratic candidates running for governor debate the issues

There are three democrats running for governor in Arizona, and they will tell us why they should be the candidate to take on the winner of the Republican primary. We’ll hear from David Garcia, an education professor and former candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, Senate assistant minority leader Steve Farley, and Kelly Fryer, CEO of the YWCA of Southern Arizona, as they debate the issues vital to Arizona.

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David Garcia: Education professor and former candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction
Steve Farley: Senate assistant minority leader Kelly Fryer: CEO of the YWCA of Southern Arizona

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