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Dems, GOP make urgent final pitches as election season wraps – Associated Press

Photo: Republican U.S. Senate candidate Blake Masters holds his son, Rex, 2, as he speaks at a rally, Monday, Nov. 7, 2022, in Gilbert, Ariz. Coast to coast, candidates and big-name backers made final appeals to voters Monday in the last hours of a fraught midterm election season, with Republicans excited about the prospect of

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Biden’s optimism collides with mounting political challenges – Associated Press

Democrats are going to hold onto the House after November’s midterm elections. They will pick up as many as four seats in the Senate, expanding their majority and overcoming internal dissent that has helped stifle their agenda. As the challenges confronting President Joe Biden intensify, his predictions of a rosy political future for the Democratic

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Pain at the Pump has 97% of Arizonans Concerned with Gas Prices – Mike Noble

9 in 10 Expect Gas Prices to be Higher Next Month…Again Pain at the pump has been a reality for people across the nation. Gas prices continue to rise, but it’s not the only influx we’ve been seeing. Spending, in general, has been tugging at the wallets due to an international supply shortage. A recent

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Is It Time to Pull the Plug on Political Polling?

If your financial adviser repeatedly gave you stock picks that were off by 200 or 300 percent, and always in the wrong direction, would you keep trusting them with your money? Then why, political observers are asking, should Americans trust our democratic process to political pollsters. The final numbers still aren’t in, and with big,

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In Arizona, Presidential and U.S. Races Still Tight Two Weeks Out From Election Day

Data Orbital is pleased to announce the results of its latest statewide, live-caller survey of likely general election voters. The survey was conducted from October 16 – 18, 2020. As we have tracked consistently all cycle, President Trump remains behind Vice President Biden. 41.9% of likely voters selected President Trump, 47.1% of voters selected Vice

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