PHOENIX - Yesterday candidate for Arizona Governor, Aaron Lieberman, sat down with Brahm Resnik, host of Sunday Square Off, to discuss his run for Governor.
The segment opened with Resnik setting the scene of the Arizona Governor’s race:
“Secretary Katie Hobbs has been dogged by her role in the firing of an African American staffer several years ago, the staffer’s court case has cost taxpayers $750,000. Business consultant, Marco Lopez, has been linked to a 10-year-old bribery scheme in Mexico, he denies any wrongdoing,”
Resnik then asked Aaron Lieberman to articulate what he brings to the campaign versus his two opponents:
Lieberman responded, “The most important thing for Democrats is the ability to win in November. The truth of the matter is for a Democrat to win statewide in Arizona you have to run a near-perfect race. I’ve spent my career as a business builder, as a job creator, focused on helping provide early childhood education to nearly a million low-income kids, in the legislature I worked with Republicans to get things done […] combined with all the stuff you talked about in terms of what my opponents are dealing with means I’m the Democrat that can win in November.”
Lieberman went on to discuss his plan for revitalizing Arizona’s education system without raising taxes and his views on Arizona’s water cutbacks.