Saturday, May 19, 2012

Political Roundtable: The Kelly-Barber Debate, The CD8 Campaign Ads & a Bit More

Posted By on Sat, May 19, 2012 at 12:02 PM

I'd hoped to talk about a lot more on last night's Political Roundtable, but the discussion about the race between Democrat Ron Barber and Republican Jesse Kelly to complete Gabby Giffords' term ended up stretching through most of the show. Still, we managed to touch on a new state law that forces cities, towns and other jurisdictions to have all their elections at the same time as the presidential or gubernatorial elections and Secretary of State Ken Bennett's new embrace of birther politics.

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