Gosar trounces Kirkpatrick in CD1 after campaigning against health care law
Flagstaff dentist and political newcomer Paul Gosar is leading incumbent Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick by 10 points in the battle over Arizona’s 1st Congressional District.
Flagstaff dentist Gosar riding anti-incumbent wave
If little things win elections, then Gosar’s campaign strategy may be right on target. The Flagstaff dentist has spent the past several months traveling across one of the most expansive and diverse congressional districts in the nation, sometimes making speeches, sometimes handing out campaign flyers, but mostly just shaking hands and assuring voters that he is one of them.
Hampered by widespread criticism, Kirkpatrick aims at moderates
Kirkpatrick, who is counting on Democrats to vote for her despite her independent streak, has gone out of her way to appeal to independents and moderate Republicans who disagree with Gosar’s conservative platform.
CD1 Fundraising: Kirkpatrick outspends Gosar by $500K
While Democratic U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick and her opponent, Republican Paul Gosar, have brought in nearly the same amount of money over the past three months, Kirkpatrick has reached into her much deeper coffers, outspending Gosar nearly 4-to-1 in the same period.
Wyloge talks about CD1 and Prop. 109
Arizona Capitol Times reporter Evan Wyloge discusses the latest developments in the race for Arizona’s 1st Congressional District, as well as the arguments behind Proposition 109.
Giffords spends more on mailings
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and two other Arizona Democrats running for re-election have spent three times as much money sending fliers touting their accomplishments to constituents this spring as they did during the same period last year.
Christian Palmer talks about Arizona's developing congressional races
Yellow Sheet Report Assistant Editor Christian Palmer discusses the general election races developing in Arizona’s 1st and 5th Congressional District.
Kirkpatrick wants 5 debates with GOP challenger
Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick is challenging her opponent in the Nov. 2 election to a series of five debates.
Gosar overcomes Hay’s late surge
Republican voters in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District chose a political newcomer over a couple of familiar faces, giving Flagstaff dentist Paul Gosar a chance to retake a seat the GOP lost in the Democratic surge in 2008.
Arizona voters picking party nominees for Congress
Voters across Arizona are choosing party nominees for the state’s eight congressional districts in Tuesday’s primary.
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