Friday, October 24, 2014

Sneak Peek: Dem Gov Candidate Fred DuVal Visits "Zona Politics with Jim Nintzel"

Posted By on Fri, Oct 24, 2014 at 10:01 PM

Here's a special Friday night sneak peek of this Sunday's "Zona Politics with Jim Nintzel." Fred Duval, the Democratic candidate for governor, stops by the set to talk about why better schools are at the heart of his campaign, his support for marriage equality and his plans to have a DREAMer to lead the pledge of allegiance if he take the oath of office.

Then in a roundtable discussion, Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Lea Marquez Peterson and former Pima County Democratic Party chairman Jeff Rogers talk about the state of the governor's race; catch up on what's happening in the Attorney General's contest; ponder whether Democrat Terry Goddard can beat Republican Michele Reagan in the Secretary of State's race; weigh David Garcia's chances against Diane Douglas in the race for State Superintendent of Public Instruction; discuss Gabby Giffords' campaign against gun violence in key districts around the country; break down the arguments in the three-way House of Representatives race between Republican Ethan Orr and Democrats Victoria Steele and Randy Friese; and bark a bit over whether Pima County voters should approve a $22 million bond for a new animal-care center.

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