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Old 11-19-2012, 12:03 AM
 
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I live in it...its really a Red district, but Giffords benefited from running against a nutcase.

So when she resigned, she was popular enough that her endorsement was very strong.

But normally, its a reddish/purple-ish district. You can even say that its fast becoming a swing district.

I voted for Barber, so I'm quite happy. He's a friend of mine.
maybe where you live is red, but pima county and the city of tucson are quite blue unfortunately.
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Old 11-19-2012, 01:23 AM
 
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maybe where you live is red, but pima county and the city of tucson are quite blue unfortunately.
It's blood red where I live. But we Democrats are more active, and we work hard to turn out the vote. The Republicans are lazy down here when it comes to elections. Cochise County Dems are always motivated and enthusiastic.

But yea, up in Pima, the political are a bit bluer. They don't have to work as hard as we do.
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