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Douglas’ win reflects why most Dems lost in 2014 (access required)

Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Ducey speaks as democratic candidate Fred DuVal listens, Tuesday, Oct 13, 2014 during a debate for the Arizona Women's Forum in Scottsdale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York)

Outnumbered and out-financed in the land of Barry Goldwater, Democrats often trade with the currency of hope. But even hope quickly collapsed under the weight of mathematical reality on Nov. 4, when Republicans swept statewide races in victory after victory. The success mirrored the party’s triumph at the national level, where the GOP expanded its dominance in the U.S. House and seized control of the U.S. Senate.

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McSally now leading Barber by just 341 votes

Martha McSally and Ron Barber.

Elections officials in Pima County are set to count ballots that could decide whether incumbent Democrat Ron Barber or Republican Martha McSally wins Arizona's 2nd Congressional District seat.Elections officials in Pima County are set to count ballots that could decide whether incumbent Democrat Ron Barber or Republican Martha McSally wins Arizona's 2nd Congressional District seat.

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Campbell mulling Dem party chair run

Campbell had some harsh words yesterday (Nov. 6) about his party’s future and what he feels it must to do reverse its massive losses from the 2014 election, and he may soon try to do something about it.

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U.S. Supreme Court allows AZ to ban bail for illegal immigrants, for now

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Immigrants in this country illegally awaiting trial on criminal charges won’t be getting out of jail, at least not yet. In a brief order today, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy blocked implementation of a ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals voiding a 2006 Arizona law which effectively denies many of those migrants even the opportunity to ask for bail.

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