Doug Ducey


Elected: Arizona’s 23rd governor in 2014; reelected in 2018

Early Years: Born 1964, in Toledo, Ohio (moved to Tempe in 1982 to attend school)

Education: St. John's Jesuit High School in Toledo; Arizona State University

Career:  Worked at Procter & Gamble following graduation; became CEO of Cold Stone Creamery (he and his business partner sold the company in 2007); elected in 2011 as state treasurer of Arizona.

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About Arizona  

Nickname: Grand Canyon State

Capital: Phoenix

Population: 6.8 million

Size: The state covers 113,990 square miles

Economic drivers: Manufacturing, copper mining, agriculture, cattle, cotton, tourism

Did you know? Monument Valley has been featured in many films, including Stagecoach, The Searchers, Easy Rider, Forrest Gump, and The Eiger Sanction

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