Vote for the tired, war monger Republican who never met a Sunday morning talk show he didn't like or vote for the Democrat who was part of the insidious collaboration with the same tired Republican - along with Jeff Flake - that slipped the Oak Flat land swap into a defense spending bill? Great choice! Another race I'll be leaving blank.
Heinz has the money to run a few cheesy TV commercials that sway the low info types and he wins. Yawn.
I received a call from a pollster several weeks ago, obviously from either the state or county Democratic party. You could tell by how the questions and follow-ups were phrased that their choice was Heinz. I told them I couldn't vote for him because his website had zero information as to what his position was on any issue. Posting a bunch of links to "McSally is bad" editorials is not a policy position. Good luck with that in the general election, I'll be leaving this race blank.
"371 voters cast ballots at the wrong polling place"
How does someone cast a ballot at the wrong polling place? Don't poll workers verify that each voter is at the correct polling place before giving them a ballot?
"318 voters were not properly registered to vote"
What does "not properly registered" even mean? If you're registered you get a ballot, if you're not, you don't. Right? How does someone "not properly registered" even get a ballot?
Now that Barber appears done, I wonder if he regrets his vote for the farm bill that cut $8.7 billion from food stamps. The republic party filled my mailbox with giant postcards of scruffy children attacking Barber for that vote. Anyone who pays attention knows it's laughable to think the republic party is pro food stamps. But the low-info types probably took that message away from those mailers. And it was easy to verify that Barber did cast that vote. This race should send a message to every Blue Dog Dem out there - you will get attacked by the other side when you vote with them.
Anyway, good luck to you, Botox McSally. It looks like you won one for the Kochs.
Good luck, Tom. Now you can let the Brooklyn accent fly and not worry about what your viewers here think.
OMG. When will I learn, reading the low IQ comments on TW is an unproductive use of time and kills brain cells. Have a nice day.
Note to Tucson Weekly advertising director: Your ad revenues might improve if you stopped allowing political operatives from posting the equivalent of a full page ad in the comments section of stories. Instead, contact the campaigns who abuse this and try selling them some ad space.
Maybe McSally couldn't make September 28 because she had a botox treatment scheduled. Who paid for all the makeover work she's had done? The RNC? The Koch brothers? The Republicans didn't think she was pretty enough to win last time? Yeah, that screams substance. Funny how her handlers would only agree to debate where they'd have the smallest audiences.
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