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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Fred DuVal, Centurion Bill Hussey, Tucson Pops conductor Laszlo Veres, Cindy Parseghian of the Ara Parseghian Foundation, Tucson Conquistadore Boyd Drachman, Tucson Padres GM Mike Feder, and Ward 6 Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik. Read more»

Northern Arizona reporter Jeff Demand, Ward 6 Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik, Tucson Weekly Editor Dan Gibson, U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake. Read more»

Sitton at an April 2012 GOP debate.

Two public memorials have been set to honor Dave Sitton, longtime sports commentator and UA rugby coach: a vigil at St. Joseph's Catholic Church on Friday, and a Sunday memorial at McKale Center. Read more»

Dave Sitton reacts to the vote tally the night of the 2012 special election.

GM Tucson Padres Mike Feder, ex-Pima County Sports and Tourism Authority chair Tom Tracy, Councilman Steve Kozachik, developer Richard Studwell, Tucsoncitizen.com's Mark B. Evans, and Washington commentator Jimmy Zuma. Read more»

Sitton at an April 2012 GOP debate.

Dave Sitton, a University of Arizona sports broadcaster for three decades and a former GOP congressional candidate, has died at age 58. Read more» 3

Republican strategist Sam Stone, Councilman Steve Kozachik, the editor of a collection of Thomas Jefferson's writings, the Goldwater Institute's Nick Dranias, sportscaster Dave Sitton, attorney Don Loose Read more»

Interviews with Arizona Capitol Times reporter Hank Stephenson, former congressional aspirant Dave Sitton, Democratic state Rep. Bruce Wheeler, TUSD Boardmember Mark Stegeman, financial advisor Shelly Fishman, and City Councilman Paul Cunningham. Read more»

Interviews with broadcaster Dave Sitton; Mark B. Evans Tucsoncitizen.com administrator; TUSD Superintendent John Pedicone; state House Speaker Rep. Andy Tobin and state Sen. Linda Lopez Read more»

Jesse Lugo and Father Robert of St. Margaret's Church, plus GOP state House LD10 candidate Ted Vogt and Dave Sitton on Wildcat football. Read more»

Interviews with James Kelley, a GOP candidate for the Board of Supervisors, along with Don Loose, legal advisor to John C. Scott Show, and former GOP congressional hopeful Dave Sitton, who's a member of the Pima County Sports Hall of Fame Read more»

Jesse Kelly gives his victory speech Tuesday.

Republican Jesse Kelly pulled off the primary election win he confidently predicted Tuesday, cruising with 36 percent of the vote. Read more» 4

Antenori spoke to supporters on Monday night.

State Sen. Frank Antenori and broadcaster Dave Sitton met with staffers and supporters Monday night at Skybox Restaurant to give final pitches ahead of Tuesday's CD8 Republican primary. Sitton alleged Monday that some of his campaign signs have been stolen. Read more»

Republican CD8 candidates (from left) Frank Antenori, Dave Sitton, Martha McSally and Jesse Kelly face off at Thursday's final debate in Green Valley before the special primary election Tuesday.

Jesse Kelly, Martha McSally, Frank Antenori and Dave Sitton faced off in the final CD8 Republican debate before Tuesday's special primary. Read more» 3

Antenori declared last week that the GOP primary declared that the primary field is essentially down to two candidates, implying a two-man race between him and Jesse Kelly.

Congressional hopeful Frank Antenori trails his Republican competitors in raising campaign funds — by at least $96,000 each. The four others in the running for the GOP primary raised between $133,000 and $260,000. Antenori brought in just $36,000, and is nearly $3,000 in the red. Read more» 1

State Sen. Frank Antenori talks to supporters Wednesday night.

As the CD8 special election looms, GOP candidate Frank Antenori declared that the primary field is essentially a two-man race between him and Jesse Kelly. Read more» 4

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