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The Breakdown: Farewell

 

The "I voted sticker" is commonly given to voters across the U.S. after they cast their ballots. (Wikimedia Commons).

The “I voted sticker” is commonly given to voters across the U.S. after they cast their ballots. (Wikimedia Commons).

Arizona has lost a giant.

So much has already been said about Sen. John McCain, but his absence raises so many questions for the future of this state. Namely, who comes next?

We’re asking ourselves that question in a lot of cases. Now that the primary elections are decided, we’re looking ahead to the November general.

Before we get into election results, though, we’ll talk about Sen. John McCain and the impact his passing has already had on our state.

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Music in this episode included “Creative Minds,” “Piano Moment” and “Energy” by Bensound.

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