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Remembering Carolyn Warner, Who Could Have Been Arizona's First Female Governor
Carolyn Warner has passed away. She served three terms as Arizona superintendent of public instruction and ran in arguably the most interesting gubernatorial race in the past half century in Arizona.
After leaving public office, she remained active in Democratic politics.
To talk about her life in politics, Howie Fischer of Capitol Media Services joined The Show.