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Tucson Charter Change Debate

Jeff Rogers, Chair of the Pima County Democratic Party speaks in favor of Proposition 401 while former AZ state Legislator Tom Prezelski voices the opposition.

Charter Debate 617x347 Tom Prezelski, a former AZ state Legislator, and Jeff Rogers, Chair of the Pima County Democratic Party, discuss their positions on Proposition 401 on the the Tucson City Charter.
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Two sides in the issue over Proposition 401 on the City of Tucson ballot that would amend the city's 1929 charter to create a full-time Mayor and Council, change the election cycle to every four years and make city department heads more accountable.

Yes on 401

Prop 401 in the Arizona Daily Star

Tom Prezelski, a former AZ state Legislator, and Jeff Rogers, Chair of the Pima County Democratic Party, discuss their positions on Proposition 401. (VIDEO: AZPM)
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