Monday, December 29, 2014

Zona Politics Year in Review

Posted By on Mon, Dec 29, 2014 at 3:15 PM

Zona Politics Eps.11 from Zona Politics with Jim Nintzel on Vimeo.

If you missed yesterday's Zona Politics with Jim Nintzel when it aired on KGUN-9, here's your chance to see attorney Jeff Rogers and former state lawmaker Jonathan Paton talk about the big stories of 2014. Check it out for some sharp analysis of the political trends we saw in this year's election: the trouble that Democrats are developing in rural Arizona; a discussion of Jan Brewer's political legacy; what you can expect from a Doug Ducey administration; what marriage equality means for Arizona; the impact of President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration; and more!

Tune in to KGUN-9 next Sunday, Jan. 4, for the second half of our two-part, year-in-review extravaganza!


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