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State Sen. Justine Wadsack's first 100 days on the job has trolled Demcorats into launching a recall effort.

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A screenshot of the Pima Dems website.

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Any list of important democratic institutions must include the Republican Party. The party's failures in Pima County are adding an extra 20,000 votes to Democrats statewide and that's proving decisive. Read more»

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