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The Republic azcentral.com Andrei Cherny and Kyrsten Sinema were locked in a tight fundraising battle over the past month in their bids for the Democratic nomination in Arizona's new 9th Congressional District, campaign finance records show.
The Republic azcentral.com Bill Clinton is backing Andrei Cherny, one of three Democrats running for Congress in District 9. The former president's endorsement could help in the Aug. 28 primary. Cherny faces former state Sen. Kyrsten Sinema and state
This is a blog entry from Rosner's Domain Krysten Sinema is running for Congress in the 9th District of Arizona. She is a Democrat in a newly created district that seems likely to fall into Democratic hands...There are some observers of this district'
The Republic azcentral.com Sparks flew at a Tempe forum Tuesday between three Democratic candidates running for Congressional District 9. The audience, members of the Legislative District 26 Democrats, grilled former Arizona Democratic Party chairman
But all worries about turnout and vote tallies dissipated in an instant when Sinema, now a Democratic candidate for the House, heard a voice on NPR report that the World Trade Center had been struck...Then she thought of the school full of children
Former Arizona Democratic Party Chairman Andrei Cherny has announced his candidacy for the party's nomination in the state's new 9th Congressional District. Cherny recently stepped down as party chairman in anticipation of the candidacy he announced
The Republic azcentral.com Andrei Cherny, chairman of the Arizona Democratic Party, stepped down Monday, in a step toward announcing a run for Congress. Cherny, a former Arizona assistant attorney general, campaigned unsuccessfully for state
It didn't," said Arizona GOP chairman Tom Morrissey. "It will all be undone in the next election...They won a battle, they have not won the war by any means." But the rhetoric, new polls and the emphasis being put on Arizona by
12 News Hardball Republican politics in the Russell Pearce recall election causes an uproar on the "Sunday Square Off" roundtable this weekend. Threats to potential Republican candidates, lobbyists rallying to Pearce's side and e-mails attacking a
AP2011 Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer speaks April 19 at the Governor's Volunteer Awards luncheon in Phoenix. Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer wasn't laughing when President Obama stood at the U.S.-Mexico border Tuesday and joked that Republican lawmakers who won't