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Rodney and Sasha Glassman during one of his many doomed campaigns.

"AHAHHAHAHAHHAHA!" That was my reaction to the news Rodney Glassman is running for Arizona Attorney General. Read more» 3

Glassman, and Trump, in his latest campaign announcement video.

Rodney Glassman, the former Democratic Tucson City Councilman, is continuing his apparent quest to run for every elected office in Arizona, this time setting his sights on the Republican primary for state attorney general. Read more» 1

Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe may not get a chance to reclaim his old job, as he narrowly trails in the Republican primary to his former chief deputy, Jerry Sheridan. Read more»

McSally, in her concession video.

It’s fine, Martha. You didn’t lose. Donald J. Trump beat you. He beat Lea Marquez Peterson's bid to replace you. He looks like he's electing Democrats Katie Hobbs, Sandra Taylor and Kathy Hoffman to statewide office. Read more» 1

Glassman on election night, November 2010.

I'll put it this way: Everything I need to know about Donald Trump, I learned from Rodney Glassman. The ego, the affirmation-seeking narcissism, the treatment of staff, the belief that he's the victim. If he had any sense of authenticity he'd be dangerous, but his lens was the convenience of ambition. Read more»

Glassman

Rodney Glassman, a former Tucson councilman who ran for U.S. Senate as a Democrat, has filed as a Republican candidate for the Arizona Corporation Commission in the 2018 election Read more» 1

Glassman on election night, 2010.

A former Tucson City Councilman and one-time Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate has been picked to head up a "Technology, Transparency and Commerce Council" by Secretary of State Michele Reagan. Read more» 2

We get an update on the effort to bring more non-stop flights to Tucson International Airport from Dick Gruentzel. Plus, Rodney Glassman and a representative from Homicide Survivors. Read more»

Bill Nugent, the owner of the Shanty Cafe, 401 E. 9th St., hangs a banner supporting a Senate run by Gabrielle Giffords, March 3.

Arizona Democrats favor U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords as their nominee to fill the Senate seat being vacated by Jon Kyl. For Republicans, former Alaska governor Sarah Palin is their top choice as a Senate candidate. Read more» 1

McClusky

Republican Shaun McClusky, a 38-year-old real estate broker, will make a bid to become mayor of Tucson, he said Wednesday. "Nothing's changed since 2009 (when McClusky ran for City Council)," he said. Read more»

Rep. Giffords works the crowd.

In CD 7, Rep. Raul Grijalva has widened his lead over Republican challenger Ruth McClung, and is now leading by 6,000 votes, virtually guaranteeing a victory. Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords now holds a 3,000 vote lead over GOP challenger Jesse Kelly in a tight CD 8 race. Read more»

Nostradamus was right: Rodney Glassman had less than no chance to unseat Sen. John McCain. So what's next for The Boy Wonder? Read more» 3

U.S. Sen. John McCain has widened his lead over challenger Rodney Glassman, a poll from Rasmussen Reports says. Read more»

Election time is rolling around again, and as usual, Sen. John McCain is running for re-election. Against, um, some guys. Read more»

Rodney Glassman picked up a few points with voters in his challenge to Sen. John McCain, a new poll says. But a New York Times analyst says the race is a lock for McCain. Read more»

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