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Primary winners don’t fit nicely into overarching theme (access required)

If any theme emerged from the Aug. 24 primary, it's that there wasn't a single overarching theme. Instead, there was a little bit of everything. Some tea party candidates and "outsiders" won, which confirms that the anti-establishment sentiment directed at Washington, D.C. extends to Arizona. But the sentiment's reach wasn't very deep - or it didn't go deep ...

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