Navajo-Hopi Observer | Goddard makes campaign stop in Winslow

Todd Roth

Terry Goddard (left), running for Arizona secretary of state, stands with La Posada owners Tina Mion and Allan Allfeldt. Photo/Todd RothWINSLOW, Ariz. - Former Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard visited Winslow April 26. Goddard is running for Arizona Secretary of State. He was available for questions Winslow residents may have had about state issues. The greeting area was at the La Posada Hotel in an informal guest seating area. Goddard's ballot petition was available for residents to sign and he had some promotional materials available.

The Observer asked him how he could help the Navajo and Hopi tribes as secretary of state. He said the secretary of state oversees state elections and has money available to promote easier access for Native Americans to register to vote and to vote. He said he would free up that unspent money and use some to provide Navajos and Hopis easier access to state voting facilities.

Originally posted to on May 1, 2014

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