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  • The dirt-y is flying in CD-3

    The race for the open seat in Arizona’s 3rd Congressional District didn’t take long to get, um, dirty. And ironically, it’s been all about who has staked out the moral high ground.

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  • May’s DUI is but one ‘skeleton’ this election season

    This is the time when the skeletons come out, and we’re not talking about Halloween. With election season in full swing, reporters and political operatives are looking into the backgrounds of candidates for public office and finding criminal convictions, bankruptcies, unpaid bills and any other …

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  • What about the biggest problem?

    Illegal immigration is an inescapable subject in Arizona’s heated elections, but several policymakers are actively trying to steer the conversation back to the elephant in the room – the economy.

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  • Poll shows Kelly, Giffords in a dead heat

    Democrat U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and Republican challenger Jesse Kelly are deadlocked in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District, according to a poll commissioned by a DC-based advocacy group.

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  • Goddard’s performance in guv debate might not matter

    Tonight’s debate between Gov. Jan Brewer and Attorney General Terry Goddard is probably the last time you will see the pair in the same room, much less on the same stage, between now and Election Day.

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