Who was the Governor of Arizona in 1975?

Raul Hector Castro took offic oon 6 January 1975 until 20 October 1977 when he was appointed as the Ambassador to Argentina. He was the first Mexican American Governor of Arizona and also served as the Ambassador to El Salvador and Bolivia.

Jack Richard Williams (born October 29, 1909 in Los Angeles, California; died August 24, 1998) succeeded Samuel Pearson Goddard as the thirteenth Governor of Arizona, serving between January 2, 1967 and January 6, 1975. Following the end of Williams' term as Governor, Raul Hector Castro (born June 12, 1916 in Cananea, Mexico) became the fourteenth Governor of Arizona, serving between January 6, 1975 and October 20, 1977.