Irony in primary season: Democrats worst enemy in Arizona is Dem Party

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I wish the Democratic party would stop being blinded by money and start transcending into the realm of hope and inspiration when it comes to politics. Many of us voted for Obama not because he had so much money. We voted for him on a whole different level. We didn’t need commercials or flyers… people already knew who they would vote for and no amount of money would convert you over to either side, be it McCain or Obama in 2008. It was a historic election, one that transcended money. A community organizer, raised by a single mother and going […]

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Navajo Nation unites behind Wenona for US Congress in AZ-1

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The Navajo Nation Council passed a bill earlier this year to change the date of its primary to coincide with that of the State of Arizona. The idea, according to one of the candidates and council members we spoke to, is to maximize the Navajo vote as much as possible to support Navajo candidates, especially Congressional District 1 candidate Democratic Wenona Benally Baldenegro. Benally is in a tough Democratic primary battle with Ann Kirkpatrick, who lost the seat in 2010 to Republican Paul Gosar. “We want to get more Navajos to come out and vote, we also want more voter […]

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