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Verschoor, Farnsworth spar over Eloy bill, missed votes and taxpayer-funded elections (access required)

Like two equally skilled prizefighters, Thayer Verschoor and Eddie Farnsworth saved their best punches until the end. The exchanges were short, but impactful. Who came out bloodier will be decided by voters in the September primaries. The incumbent senator, Verschoor and Farnsworth, the challenger, were joined by three other legislative candidates in District 22 in ...

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