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      Babeu's past continues to haunt him as he tries again to win a congressional seat, Team McSally releases poll that shows her way ahead of Democrat Matt Heinz and more tales from the Old Pueblo's political scene.
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      McCain stands firm on opposition to Supreme Court hearings—although he’d have pushed for them if he were president
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      NBC survey puts McCain out way ahead, while Public Policy Polling shows a tight race with Kirkpatrick
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    On to the general: How the dust settled after last week's primary election
      With last week's primary election, we finally know who will be advancing to November's general election. Here's a roundup of the key races, along with some notes from the primary.
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      Jim Nintzel pens a heartbreaking goodbye to Margaret Koch Tilton, his mother.
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      Secret emails, fear of a bugged office, 911 calls: the greatest hits of Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller
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      Kirkpatrick continues her effort to link McCain to Trump, while McCain links Kirkpatrick to Hillary.
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      McCain and Kirkpatrick both raise $1.8 million in second quarter and McSally continues dominating the money race in Congressional District 2
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      It was another wack week with presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump continuing to divide a party he is supposed to be leading.
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      Political number-cruncher Nate Silver recently released his first forecast of the 2016 presidential race.
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      Pima County Supervisor Miller stormed out of a board meeting after she came under fire.
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      Raul Grijalva is #ReadyForHillary and has sponsored a bill to improve voter rights. Meanwhile, a Pima County Board of Supervisors candidate faces eligibility challenge.
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      Why on earth did Ally Miller fall for her aide’s ridiculous stories and when will she apologize? Legal win against the state allows the county to reduce property taxes in the upcoming year
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      AG Brnovich appoints investigator to dig into why Sec of State Reagan screwed up last month’s special election, Southern Arizona congresswoman says she still hasn’t made up her mind about presumptive GOP nominee and Pima County Supe Ally Miller’s embattled press aide calls it quits.
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      Judge rules that state violated AZ Constitution when it transferred school costs to Pima County and Ally Miller makes a federal case out of the strange and anonymous online blog linked to her communications staffer
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      AZ Sec of State fails to properly cover up her failure to inform voters about Prop 123, Southern AZ congresswoman restores the rights of WWII-era servicewomen to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery and McSally opposes plan to draw down troops in Afghanistan
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      U.S. Rep. McSally is still not #ReadyForTrump and the Weekly says goodbye to Former Pima County Supervisor Ann Day, who was killed in car crash
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      World View has a great week, but Pima County still has to defend economic development deal against Goldwater Institute lawsuit
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      Tucson City Council votes to move forward with Broadway project, State lawmakers move to repeal troubled abortion legislation and Radio show host making Tucson appearance
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