Former Arizona education leader Carolyn Warner dies at 88

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Carolyn Warner, a former education leader in Arizona and one-time gubernatorial candidate, died on Tuesday. She was 88.

Warner died at her home. No information is immediately available on cause of death, according to Bethany Holder, Warner’s executive assistant at her education consulting business.

Warner, a Democrat, was memorialized by state leaders on Wednesday.

Gov. Doug Ducey said in a tweet that Warner will be “remembered as a dedicated advocate for education in our state, and we are thankful for her life of public service to our state.”

Diane Douglas, the current superintendent of public instruction, said in a statement that there Warner will be “sorely missed.”

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