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COVID-19 not top health concern of voters in Arizona, other battlegrounds

COVID-19 may be getting the headlines but it’s not the top health care issue on the minds of voters in a number of battleground states, including Arizona, according to a poll released Thursday. The poll by the Commonwealth Fund found voters in seven of 10 battleground states said they were more likely to vote for

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GOP hopeful Supreme Court battle will help shift election

Four years ago, the allure of conservative Supreme Court appointments helped persuade skeptical Republicans to support Donald Trump for president. Two years ago, a contentious clash over Trump’s choice of Brett Kavanaugh for the court was credited with bolstering GOP gains in the Senate in an otherwise bad midterm election. And now, just 44 days

Opinion

Opinion: An Open Letter on Political Discourse to My Facebook Friends

As Election Day draws nigh, here are a few thoughts. Hoping you won’t be offended. I treasure my Facebook friends. In this awful time of social isolation, you’ve been my lifeline to humanity. That goes for my friends who are Democrats, those who are Republicans, and those who are independents or otherwise aligned. I don’t

Politics

What’s Waiting for President Trump in New Hampshire?

New Hampshire isn’t the likeliest place for President Trump’s first post-convention stop. The state is small, it’s in the heart of deep-blue New England and it’s only gone GOP in one presidential election — GWBush in 2000 — in the past 30 years. But it’s also the first place Donald Trump ever won an election

National

He set out to mobilize Latino voters. Then the virus hit.

EDITOR’S NOTE — Americans are preparing to choose a leader and a path through a time of extraordinary division and turmoil. Associated Press journalists tell their stories in the series “America Disrupted.” ___ Like many Americans, Ricky Hurtado had different plans for his summer. He formally announced his first bid for public office in March

State

Arizona Opposition to Marijuana Legalization Goes Up in Smoke

More than 6 in 10 Arizona voters favor marijuana legalization, which will be on the ballot for the second time in four years. According to the most recent Arizona Public Opinion Pulse (AZPOP) – a monthly tracking poll of 600 likely Arizona General Election Voters — the measure earns broad support along a cross-section of

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