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ARIZONA: Primary Elections are TODAY (August 26)
ID: All voters are required to show proof of identity at the polling place before receiving a ballot. The voter must announce his/her name, place of residence and present photo identification.
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ARIZONA: Primary Elections are TODAY (August 26)

ID: All voters are required to show proof of identity at the polling place before receiving a ballot. The voter must announce his/her name, place of residence and present photo identification.

Locate your polling place

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»Supreme Court turns aside Arizona’s appeal to reinstate ban on most abortions after 20 weeks, meaning law cannot be enforced.
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Demand a Plan - Roxanna Green

Democratic U.S. Representative Ron Barber, a former aide to Gabrielle Giffords who was wounded alongside her in a deadly 2011 shooting, has won a full term in Congress after defeating Republican Martha McSally in a closely contested race.

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Exif Arizona Daily Star Presidential endorsement: Obama’s agenda gives steady hand to economic growth
“Obama has demonstrated leadership by signing equal-pay legislation, creating a $10,000 college-tuition tax credit, ending “don’t ask, don’t tell” and including contraception in medical coverage provided by nonreligious employers. Obama understands that reproductive health-care choices belong to an individual and her medical provider, not politicians.
Obama sees so-called “women’s issues” as what they are: economic, family and community issues.
And when Obama has changed a position, as he did this spring when he announced his support of same-sex marriage equality, for example, he explained his reasons clearly. America needs a leader with a strong moral compass who is steadfast but not rigid - a leader whose views evolve within a consistent and inclusive world view.
The foundation Obama has built has kept the nation steady.
Obama projects a vivid image of hope. We still have that hope in his leadership. Hope is by nature an ambitious agenda. Hope 2.0 requires a renewed American purpose that lifts an economy as much as it lifts the people and businesses making it possible.
Recovery is an American responsibility and not that of one man.
Four years ago we said in our endorsement of Obama, “Like a race car driver going into a turn, a leader must see not only what confronts our nation today but envision where we come out on the other side.”
Our journey on that road has been slowed by economic obstacles, but our nation will press forward.
The Arizona Daily Star endorses Barack Obama for president.”

Arizona Daily Star Presidential endorsement: Obama’s agenda gives steady hand to economic growth

Obama has demonstrated leadership by signing equal-pay legislation, creating a $10,000 college-tuition tax credit, ending “don’t ask, don’t tell” and including contraception in medical coverage provided by nonreligious employers. Obama understands that reproductive health-care choices belong to an individual and her medical provider, not politicians.

Obama sees so-called “women’s issues” as what they are: economic, family and community issues.

And when Obama has changed a position, as he did this spring when he announced his support of same-sex marriage equality, for example, he explained his reasons clearly. America needs a leader with a strong moral compass who is steadfast but not rigid - a leader whose views evolve within a consistent and inclusive world view.

The foundation Obama has built has kept the nation steady.

Obama projects a vivid image of hope. We still have that hope in his leadership. Hope is by nature an ambitious agenda. Hope 2.0 requires a renewed American purpose that lifts an economy as much as it lifts the people and businesses making it possible.

Recovery is an American responsibility and not that of one man.

Four years ago we said in our endorsement of Obama, “Like a race car driver going into a turn, a leader must see not only what confronts our nation today but envision where we come out on the other side.”

Our journey on that road has been slowed by economic obstacles, but our nation will press forward.

The Arizona Daily Star endorses Barack Obama for president.”