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A tale of two votes: One will walk, the other won’t – yet

For teachers who carried Red for Ed signs, anxiety about their careers and their students, and frustration over the voting process grew as they weighed whether to strike in spite of Gov. Doug Ducey’s plan for a 20 percent raise by the 2020 school year.

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