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For the sake of education, Arizona needs to elect Fred DuVal

For the sake of education, Arizona needs to elect Fred DuVal

Election season presents an opportunity for everyone in Arizona to think critically about the future. Our decisions on how best to move forward have generational effects on the diverse group of people who call this state home – and it’s crucial that the leaders we choose to carry out those decisions in Phoenix understand what’s at stake. We need Fred DuVal.

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I am a female Hispanic Democrat and I am voting for Doug Ducey

I am a female Hispanic Democrat and I am voting for Doug Ducey

We can no longer afford to compromise by electing career political insiders. As a native Arizonan and a sitting state legislator, I am faced with the consequences of the current economic climate every day. Our schools are underperforming, our businesses have been slow to recover and state revenues are falling short of projections. Doug Ducey is the only candidate I trust to improve Arizona because he has an honest, straightforward approach.

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Timeline unclear for gay marriage in Arizona (access required)

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The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision to overturn gay marriage bans in Idaho and Nevada is great news for advocates in Arizona, but the timeline for when same-sex couples may start getting marriage licenses here depends on a number of factors.

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