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Libertarians file primary election challenge over write-ins (access required)

Primary election results have been challenged in court by the Libertarian Party, which alleges three of its write-in candidates were unfairly disqualified for the general election. Mike Kielsky, chairman, Arizona Libertarian Party, says the failure of county elections officials to accurately count the votes for write-in candidate Joe Cobb in the Congressional District 7 primary illustrates ...

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