Election Roundup: Pima County supervisor candidates criticize county’s role in regional planning

By Darren DaRonco

Arizona Daily Star

Nancy Young Wright (left), Ally Miller

Supervisor candidates clashed over how to improve Pima County’s troubled economy and strained relationship with the city of Marana at a candidate forum Thursday.

To improve economic development, Democrat Nancy Young Wright  said the top component to attracting business is maintaining a skilled workforce. But Pima County has been hamstrung in this area by harsh state legislative cuts to education over the years.

Young Wright is facing Republican Ally Miller for the only open seat on the board, in District 1.



Forum in LD6 tackles health policy/Arizona Daily Star

Q&A with the LD1 candidates and Q&A with the CD4 candidates/The Daily Courier


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