Two of Three 

In a rare competitive legislative district, Democrats battle to advance to the general election

All three of the Democrats running in one of Tucson's few competitive legislative districts say they can beat the Republicans in November and tip the scales of state government—but only two of them will survive the primary election. Democratic voters in the…

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