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J.C. Scott: $100M road bond set for Nov. ballot

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J.C. Scott: $100M road bond set for Nov. ballot

Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik talked about the referral of a $100 million bond to voters on the November ballot. The money would be used for road improvements. Also covered were the approved Plaza Centro student housing project, Rio Nuevo and progress on University of Arizona football stadium construction.

Democratic candidate Stefanie Mach (LD 10) talked about what she sees as the top issues: jobs, education and local control.

Attorney Paul Eckerstrom, the vice chair of the Pima County Democratic Party, ripped into Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett for rejecting over 290,000 signatures turned in by organizers of the one-cent sales tax initiative for education. The petitions circulated didn't match exactly match a physical copy filed with Bennett's office, but a digital copy turned in at the same time did match.

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