On the Cusp of History 

A candidate with strong Tucson ties hopes to become the first Native American woman to serve in Congress

Sitting at the table in her in-laws' dining room in Tucson, Wenona Benally Baldenegro begins like she would any campaign interview, discussing where she grew up and the road that led her to public service. However, this isn't a typical campaign story—partly…

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