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Republicans hope to change the tide in LD 4 (access required)

Gerae Peten is used to working with her back to the wall.  It’s a mindset she shares with many of her Democratic colleagues in the state Legislature. Years of subordination to Republican rule can do that -- as can the difficulties of slowly chipping away at that majority.  “You always have to run in a paranoid sense,” ...

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In this April 15, 2020, file photo, the blur of car lights zip by the Arizona Capitol as the dome is illuminated in blue as a symbol of support for Arizona's frontline medical workers and emergency responders battling the coronavirus in Phoenix. Democrats eyed pickups in the general election they hoped would give them control of the House, but they ended up with the same split of 31-29 in Republican control.(AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)

Democratic House wins, losses – a tale of 3 districts (access required)

People don’t know who their legislators are. At least, that’s the contention of Joel John, the Republican irrigation business owner who unseated Rep. Gerae Peten in Legislative District 4.