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  • Republicans square off in Arizona Senate debate

    07/18/2010 7:10:01 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 17 replies
    The Prescott Daily Courier ^ | July 17, 2010 | Jonathan J. Cooper (Associated Press)
    PHOENIX - Former U.S. Rep. J.D. Hayworth had a much-needed opportunity Friday night to refocus Arizona's Republican Senate primary on incumbent John McCain, and he came out swinging. McCain, Hayworth and political newcomer Jim Deakin squared off Friday in the first of two televised debates before Arizona's Aug. 24 Republican primary. "It's really sad to see John McCain, who should be revered as a statesman, basically reduced to a political shape-shifter," he said, then turned to his opponent. "John, you've changed positions so much in this campaign maybe we'll have to set up an extra podium for you depending on...
  • AZ Senate Debate Last Night: Who Won? (Vanity)

    07/17/2010 10:02:05 AM PDT · by no dems · 78 replies · 1+ views
    July 17, 2010 | no dems
    O.K., I've tried all morning to get the pulse of last night's Arizona GOP Senate Debate, with little success. Found one article but "copyright complaints" prevented me from posting it here. I checked C-Span's website. Doesn't seem to be any re-runs today or tonight. So, Freepers, from what you've seen, heard and read, who won last night's debate? From what I gathered, Deakin fumbled badly; especially in his closing remarks. Sounds like J.D. got some good shots at McCain's hypocrisy. But.... I dunno. Comments anyone?
  • New Ariz. Poll Shows Mccain Leading GOP Challenger (64 percent to 19)

    07/14/2010 1:17:33 PM PDT · by Maelstorm · 213 replies · 1+ views
    http://www.newsmax.com ^ | 14 Jul 2010 | www.newsmax.com
    A new poll shows Arizona Sen. John McCain widening his lead over his Republican challenger ahead of next month's GOP primary. The Rocky Mountain Poll released Wednesday shows McCain leading former U.S. Rep. J.D. Hayworth 64 percent to 19 percent. Political newcomer Jim Deakin had 5 percent. McCain's margin has widened from a 54 percent to 28 percent lead he held over Hayworth in the same poll in April. The telephone poll was conducted by the Behavior Research Center between June 30 and July 11 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 5.4 percentage points. Pollsters surveyed...
  • McCain, Hayworth, Deakin to face off in July 16 debate (second debate on July 17)

    06/25/2010 3:23:50 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 55 replies
    azfamily.com ^ | 2010-06-25 | Jim Carr
    PHOENIX -- Senator John McCain, former U.S. Congressman J.D. Hayworth, and conservative hopeful Jim Deakin will face off in the first of two debates on July 16 in Phoenix. The three candidates are vying for the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by McCain. The debate will take place at KTVK-3TV Studios in Phoenix on Friday, July 16 at 7:00 p.m and will be simulcast on KTTU in Tucson and azfamily.com. A second debate to be held in Tucson is planned for the following night at KUAT PBS-6.
  • Election 2010: Arizona Republican Primary for Senate (McCain 47%, Hayworth 36% Deakin 7%)

    06/22/2010 3:00:31 PM PDT · by TitansAFC · 21 replies
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | 6-22-10 | Scott Rasmussen
    Longtime Senator John McCain continues to lead Arizona’s Republican Primary by double digits but remains in the same narrow range of support he’s drawn since January............
  • AZ-Sen. 2010: McCain, Brewer top opponents in latest poll (McCain 47, Hayworth 36, Deakin 7)

    06/22/2010 11:28:24 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 337 replies · 2+ views
    U.S. Sen. John McCain and Gov. Jan Brewer continue to hold leads over their opponents, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports poll. In a June 16 poll of 707 likely Republican primary voters, McCain is leading the three-way primary with 47 percent support. Former Congressman J.D. Hayworth stands at 36 percent, while veteran Jim Deakin has 7 percent. While the poll shows a continuing lead — McCain was at 52 percent to Hayworth’s 40 percent last month — a longstanding political rule-of-thumb indicates incumbents are vulnerable when they slip below the 50 percent mark.
  • Jim Deakin for United States Senate

    06/22/2010 10:26:10 AM PDT · by Maelstorm · 22 replies
    http://jimdeakin.com ^ | June 22,2010 | jimdeakin.com
    Jim Deakin: is a proud US Navy Veteran who has served this nation and sworn the oath to uphold our Constitution and to defend it. Mr. Deakin takes such an oath seriously and is prepared step up now, when the people of Arizona and this great Nation are in dire need of such commitment and resolve from those we select to represent us. Jim served on board the Reuben James FFG 57 under Ronald Reagan. He is an honored husband, and father of three, Jim is indeed a Patriot, and to those with whom he served alongside, an American Hero....
  • Indians, Lobbyists and Arizona Politics...OH MY!

    01/29/2010 10:05:26 AM PST · by AuntB · 80 replies · 1,440+ views
    TheTownCrier ^ | Jan. 29, 2010 | TheTownCrier
    The scene is the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut . The year 2000. The congressman has $100 chips stacked high, having a grand time at the crap table. He likes to gamble and isn't afraid to show some temper when he loses. Along for the ride are his campaign manager and one of the two biggest lobbyist handing out campaign money from various Indian tribes who was also a 20 year friend of the legislator. By now we've all heard about the money J.D. Hayworth received from an Indian tribe by way of disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who was one...
  • AZ 2010: McCain faces Senate primary challengers [second GOP challenger, McCain is scared]

    05/31/2009 8:13:21 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 46 replies · 1,788+ views
    UPI ^ | 2009-05-31
    PHOENIX, May 31 (UPI) -- Former Republican presidential hopeful John McCain says he's not taking anything for granted in seeking a fifth U.S. Senate term in Arizona in 2010. After spending two years on the presidential campaign trail, in recent months McCain has been crisscrossing Arizona to reconnect with state voters, The Arizona Republic reported Sunday. McCain has retooled his Web site, opened a Senate campaign office in Phoenix and raised $3.6 million for his war chest, the Republic reported. "I'm very pleased with the response that I've gotten when traveling around the state, so I'm confident I'll do well,"...