/ Modified feb 21, 2020 2:46 p.m.

Phoenix emerging as hotspot for 2020 political activity

A discussion with Steve Goldstein, host of KJZZ's The Show.

The political fight for Arizona voters has so far taken place in Phoenix. Less than a month after the president’s rally, Democratic candidates will debate in the city. For insight into some of the reasons Phoenix is being thrust into the national spotlight, Lorraine Rivera spoke to Steve Goldstein, host of KJZZ’s The Show.

“Maricopa County is where a lot of the new businesses are coming from. The point of emphasis, whether it’s Phoenix or the surrounding suburbs, [is that] it’s a pretty safe bet that many people are doing very well,” Goldstein said.

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