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State Sen. Olivia Cajero Bedford, the Democratic incumbent in LD3, joined John to talk about her campaign. She asked why a conservative organization like American Federation for Children, Inc. would get in the middle of a Democratic primary, supporting her opponent, Maria Garcia. She talked about her support of tax credits for the film industry, tourism, and job creation.
Tucson Weekly Editor Jimmy Boegle talked with John in our "Tucson Weekly on Radio" segment. Issues discussed included ranch dog laws, congressional and Senate primaries, Jared Loughner guilty plea, and the Republican primary for Pima County sheriff.
U.S. Rep. Jeff Flake, a candidate in the Republican Senate primary, gave an update on his hard-fought campaign agains Wil Cardon. Flake talked about recent endorsements from the Arizona Home Builders Association, National Rifle Association, and the Arizona Republic. His top issues include border security, health care, government spending, education, transportation and energy.
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