PHOENIX — Arizona Public Service CEO Don Brandt transformed the power company into the state's most powerful company - a political machine spending millions to influence our elections.
Will anything change now that Brandt's heading out the door?
The Arizona Republic's Ryan Randazzo, who has covered the Phoenix-based utility for several years, joins me on this weekend's "Sunday Square Off" to discuss:
- How consumers and voters might view Brandt's legacy.
- Whether Brandt's successor, second-in-command Jeff Guldner, might follow the business and political strategies Brandt put in place during his 10 years at the helm.
- Whether the public will get a rare look at Brandt with his scheduled testimony to Arizona regulators in early September.
More from this weekend's "Sunday Square Off":
- Why Bridie Farrell wants sexual abuse survivors to know they have new rights in Arizona
- How would John McCain have handled today's Trump Republicans?
"Sunday Square Off" airs at 8 a.m. Sundays on 12 News, after NBC's "Meet the Press."