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Surfing for “AZ Vote” tweets (access required)

I'm looking for interesting, suggestive, penetrating, wisdom-of-the-crowds tweets about Arizona's election. And look what I found, from someone who calls himself homosapiens2: Weird. Founf out when I went to vote that I'm not in AZ-05, but AZ-06. Flake is my congressman? FML. Um...Still looking. If you see anything that fits the above description better than this tweet, ...

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