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Wednesday’s vote to impeach President Donald Trump has become fodder for state and national political parties that are targeting House members, including three in Arizona, over their votes.

The House vote to impeach President Donald Trump was just minutes old when the emails started flying – impeachment supporters had aligned themselves with “socialist Democrats,” while Trump supporters had “spinelessly” caved to the president. Read more»

U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva endorses Victoria Steele in Arizona's CD2 race.

U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva endorsed congressional hopeful Victoria Steele on Tuesday, saying the former state representative would fight for women, revitalize public education, and had a "rational view" on the need for comprehensive immigration reform and climate change legislation. Read more» 1

Rep. Martha McSally’s aggressive fundraising gives her an edge over her competitors in the CD2 House race, but the district will likely still be competitive come November. Even so, national Democratic fundraisers have left Southern Arizona off their list of targeted districts. Read more»

Giffords and her husband Mark Kelly planted a rosebush last December to remember the victims of the Jan. 8, 2011, assassination attempt that resulted in her resignation from Congress. Six were killed and 13 wounded in the shooting.

While state officials put their stamp of approval on the results of the race between Ron Barber and Martha McSally on Monday, triggering an automatic recount, a Tuesday fundraising pitch sent in the name of Gabby Giffords points to continuing campaign moves from the incumbent Democrat. Read more» 1

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The tone of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee's latest fundraising pitch is decidedly doomsdayist. Read more»

Smart v. Stupid: If new Democrats stay home, they haven’t just opted out. They’ve picked the other side. Read more» 1