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View Diary: AP declares Ron Barber the winner in AZ-02 (41 comments)

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  •  Sorry, I'm a conclusion-jumper... (0+ / 0-)

    ...of long standing.  But doesn't Cochise County have Ft. Huachuca?  As I recall that's a sizeable contingent of general conservative voters.

    "I can't play the game no more, I can't abide
    By their stupid rules which get me sick inside." —Bob Dylan

    by Pragmatus on Sat Nov 17, 2012 at 11:19:50 AM PST

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    •  It does, (3+ / 0-)

      But I would scan road signs, cars, et cetera, whenever I went over to Sierra Vista and there was comparatively little signage or bumper stickers for her, or Ron for that matter. There were far more local race signs (like sheriff) than I saw for either the congressional or the presidential race.

      I think Fort Huachuca's problem is that most of it's population is very transient, not even Arizonan for the most part, and somewhat taken up with the entire 'war on, must deploy' train of thought.

      What McSally signs that did appear were late and only in the last few weeks of the campaign. I still see some about, forlornly by the side of the road.

      Barber's, and most everyone else running, are long cleaned up.

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