Friday, August 31, 2012

Political Roundtable Tonight: Primary Post-Mortem, Key Races in 2012 & Downtown Revitalization

Posted By on Fri, Aug 31, 2012 at 1:00 PM

Tonight on the Political Roundtable: Pima County Democratic Party chairman Jeff Rogers, Republican strategist Amilyn Gordon and Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik will talk about Flake vs. Carmona for U.S. Senate, Republican Jonathan Paton vs. Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick for U.S. Congress, Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll's big win over GOP challenger Sean Collins, Ally Miller's win in the crowded GOP primary to replace Pima County Supervisor Ann Day (and the campaign-finance complaints related to Miller that were filed by two of her GOP opponents), Russell Pearce's loss in Mesa, state Sen. Frank Antenori's tough race this November against Democrat David Bradley, the latest in downtown revitalization politics and more.

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