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Hope for Arizona’s future, despite a Republican/Democrat mini-mentality (access required)

For candidates, there’s a vacuum in the amount of attention received following an election that leaves plenty of time for reflective thinking. I suppose it’s a normal progression to first look back to take note of lessons learned and to go through the litany of things that could have been done better, worse, or done ...

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