As Arizona Attorney General from 2003-2011, Terry Goddard focused on protecting consumers and fighting transnational organized crime.
Today, Terry is fighting to get the Stop Dark Money initiative on the ballot and approved by Arizona voters. He believes secret, dark money in politics is a potent threat to our democracy. Terry needs your help to stop powerful people and corporations from secretly controlling our elections.
Terry was the Democratic nominee for Governor of Arizona in 1990 and 2010. He attended eight national Democratic conventions as a delegate.
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As Mayor of Phoenix from 1984 to 1990, Terry increased citizen participation in government and led nationally recognized efforts in urban economic development, downtown redevelopment, long-range
city planning, and the arts. He was president of the National League of Cities and honored as Municipal Leader of the Year in 1988. In 2010, he received the Kelly-Wyman Award, the highest recognition given by his fellow state Attorneys General.
Terry practices law, restores historic properties, and teaches in law schools. He was elected to a third 6-year term on the board of the Central Arizona Project, administering the state’s largest water delivery system, and currently is the Board’s President. He retired as a commander after 27 years in the Naval Reserve. An Arizona native, born and raised in Tucson, he lives in downtown Phoenix with his wife Monica and their recent college graduate son.