November 5, 2017 |– PHOENIX — A former state attorney general wants Arizonans to vote to constitutionally ban anonymous donations from political campaigns.

Terry Goddard is crafting a “right to know” initiative. It would guarantee in the state constitution that voters are entitled to know who is trying to sway their votes on who to elect for everything from statewide offices to school boards. The measure, which Goddard hopes to put to voters a year from now, would also impose the same requirements on those pushing future ballot measures.

Campaign consultant Bob Grossfeld said the effort starts with redefining for voters what he and Goddard are trying to curb, by using new terminology.

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