Three comments (two replying to crinkster and one to BigMatt):
1. Crinkster: Barber's stand on Rosemont is perfectly clear - he is against it. At every public talk when he has been asked, he has spoken at length about his concerns with it. In this respect he does carry on Gabby's position.
2. Crinknster - judging a candidate on just one or two votes sooner or later will backfire on you. It just did. BigMatt points out an especially egregious vote by Heinz on the $5M gift from the Rs to Pinal Sheriff Babeu. The Republican legislature did that out of spite to punish Pima county and especially Sheriff Dupnik. None other than Frank Antenori proclaimed that action as "political payback." So, Heinz's vote was .... ?
3. BigMatt: A 100-mile zone suspending environmental protections is ridiculous. Does the border now extend to north of Tucson? If there are hot spots near the border that need special attention and resources, let's do it. A 100 mile zone suspending environmental protections is not the way.
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