Congressional Dreaming 

Four underdogs hope to upset two clear favorites in the new CD 1

Sure, he was indicted on charges of extortion, wire fraud and money-laundering tied to a land-swap scheme—but Rick Renzi must have done something right. In Arizona's mostly rural Congressional District 1, it isn't unusual to hear folks say good things about the…

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