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Goddard announces support for Prop. 100 (access required)

Attorney General Terry Goddard said he will support Proposition 100, ending months of fence-sitting on the temporary sales tax increase. Goddard, the presumptive Democratic nominee for governor, announced his support in a Mother's Day email blast to his supporters. "It's a day for making sure that kids, all kids, are treated right. In our household, Monica makes ...

3 comments

  1. Well, if Goddard is for Prop. 100… I know that I made the right decision to vote against it. By the way Terry, don’t get your hopes up about occupying the governor’s office. Arizonans have you pegged.

    By the way, when are those who have been elected to office going to learn that government cannot produce jobs except by doing so on the backs of the taxpayer. Furthermore, government produces nothing, makes nothing and is only good at growing government (and more entitlements).

  2. @PM Connors
    Fired up this morning and too many “by the ways” in that comment, but the sentiment is unchanged.

  3. Next time you should condense your post, try to leave out the parts that people ignore.

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