Terry Goddard has been involved in much of Phoenix and Arizona history for nearly 40 years.
He was elected Attorney General of Arizona, twice elected Mayor of Phoenix and was twice a Democratic nominee for Governor. Before assuming elected office he ran initiatives that resulted in killing a gas tax and electing Phoenix City Council members by district. He has been intimately involved in issues of urban redevelopment, transportation, and housing.
If you want to understand how Arizona has developed over the last four decades, you could do a lot worse than listening to the observations of this week’s Think Tank guest, Terry Goddard.