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Schweikert ramps up ads after declaring victory (access required)

It turns out the primary is still on Aug. 24 after all.


  1. Yes, the election is still on for Tuesday, August 24th and we look forward to the best candidate to win, Jim Ward is my selection. Go Jim Ward!

  2. Tired of Govt telling us what to do

    AZ GOP CD 3 candidate Steve Moak provided some more “Moak” to his campaign in the form of $200,000 in loans on 8/16. Previous loans $592,550

    The extra “Show me the Moak Money”

  3. Another helpful post. It’s about time somebody like you told the truth. Keep up the good work.

  4. I think you’ve got a lot of readers that are more than thankful to you and really pleased with the content on your blog, making me fantastically interested in what post will be next and about.

  5. keep up this good work. Excellent post

  6. Hello.This article was really fascinating, especially since I was searching for thoughts on this topic last Tuesday.

  7. Hi, very interesting post, greetings from Greece!

  8. how are you?

    Awesome blog, great write up, thank you!

  9. Wow!, this was a top quality post. In theory I’d like to write like this too – taking time and real effort to make a good article… but what can I say… I keep putting it off and never seem to achieve anything

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