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Ducey not going to appoint himself to U.S. Senate

Don't look for "Senator Ducey,'' at least for the foreseeable future. The governor is not considering appointing himself to the U.S. Senate should that become necessary if John McCain were to quit before the end of his term, according to press aide Daniel Scarpinato.

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