Goldwater’s Nephew to Run for Governor
Republican Party activist Don Goldwater announced his candidacy in Sun City West for governor in 2006, sounding some of the conservative themes once heard from his uncle, 1964 presidential candidate Barry Goldwater.
“The state is headed in the wrong direction,” said the 50-year-old candidate. “We must return to the basic principles of limited government, individual liberty and economic freedom.”
Goldwater said he would push for tax cuts, combat illegal immigration and enforce a voter-approved immigration law, including its requirement that voters produce identification at polling places.