Add Democrat Nancy Young Wright to the list of potential candidates for Republican Ann Day's District 1 seat on the Pima County Board of Supervisors.
Day recently announced she wouldn’t seek a fourth term representing the Catalina Foothills and Oro Valley areas on the Board of Supes.
Wright, who served in the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 26 before being knocked out of office by Republican Terri Proud last year, tells the Range she’s considering a run for the seat, although no final decision has been made.
The only Republican who has declared that he’s running for the seat is Matt Caldwell, but Rep. Vic Williams, who served as Wright’s GOP LD26 seatmate in the House of Representatives, is also mulling a run.
Before serving in the Legislature, Wright led a reform effort as a member of the Amphi School District governing that eventually resulted in a recall election driving two members from office.