Garcia Planning 2018 Run

The 2014 Democratic candidate for superintendent was animated by the expansion of school vouchers.

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Zach C. Cohen
April 10, 2017, 10:38 a.m.

2014 schools su­per­in­tend­ent can­did­ate Dav­id Gar­cia (D) “is ex­pec­ted to an­nounce next week that he’s run­ning for gov­ernor in 2018, ac­cord­ing to people fa­mil­i­ar with his plans.”

“Thursday’s pas­sage of a sweep­ing ex­pan­sion of Ari­zona’s school-vouch­er pro­gram ap­peared to give Gar­cia the is­sue he needed to pro­pel a cam­paign for gov­ernor.” (KPNX)

Mar­ket­ing ex­ec­ut­ive Noah Dyer (D) is already run­ning. State Sen. Steve Far­ley (D) is ex­pec­ted to run as well.

Cor­rec­tion: This post has been up­dated to re­flect the size of the cur­rent primary field.


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