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Arizona governor’s race targets independent voters

Arizona governor’s race targets independent voters

The race for Arizona governor has created an odd mix of arguments in a state where recent gubernatorial contests were dominated by divisive issues like immigration. The shift away from hardline rhetoric and toward more nuanced positions marks an effort by both candidates to negate their opponents' key points as they court the growing bloc of independent voters in Arizona.

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I’m a Latina and I’m voting for Fred DuVal

I’m a Latina and I’m voting for Fred DuVal

Like many Latinos, I was surprised, but not shocked, by Catherine Miranda’s endorsement of Doug Ducey. In her letter, she cites Ducey’s time as a CEO and his “Opportunity for All” campaign slogan as her justification. The problem is even a quick examination of his record, his endorsements and his positions demonstrate that “Opportunity for All” doesn’t include Latinos. Let me explain why.

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The bump Scott Smith has been praying for?

Smith is narrowing the gap between him and Ducey, according to a poll commissioned by the former Mesa mayor’s campaign. The live caller poll was conducted by HighGround’s Paul Bentz, who yesterday called voters from Maricopa County who had returned their early ballots.

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Continuing the narrative

An autodial poll of high-efficacy Republican voters conducted yesterday by GOP political consultant Bert Coleman largely backs up other recent surveys of the gubernatorial field, though it shows Smith within striking distance of both Ducey and Jones.

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