Arizona is a blasted hellscape

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Re: Arizona is a blasted hellscape

Postby Thad » Tue Jun 23, 2020 10:34 am

After Disappointing Tulsa Rally, Trump Campaign Moves To Arizona

Oh god dammit.

Our numbers are already going up, you bunch of fucking psychopaths.

At least they're telling them to wear masks. Doesn't mean they will, but that still puts Phoenix ahead of Tulsa.

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Re: Arizona is a blasted hellscape

Postby Thad » Sat Jun 27, 2020 1:30 pm

Looks like we've got some good candidates for County Attorney. Montgomery is going to be tough to beat but given how well Democrats did in 2018 and that Biden and Kelly both seem to have a real shot in 2020 (and that Arpaio's running for sheriff again and I don't see him doing much better this time than his double-digit loss in 2016), I think Democrats have a shot at County Attorney.

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Re: Arizona is a blasted hellscape

Postby Thad » Mon Jun 29, 2020 1:27 pm

Nathaniel Rakich has a pretty good breakdown of Arizona counties, cities, and demographics; there's no new information there for those of us who live here, but it's a pretty good primer for people wondering just what the fuck our deal is.

I've spent the past five elections dismissing "Arizona might really go blue this time" chatter as wishful thinking (we did go Clinton in '96, but that's the only time we've voted Democratic since Truman), but, well, Arizona might really go blue this time. Biden's got a real chance, and Kelly's got a better one. Part of that's down to the peculiarities of this election -- Trump and McSally are both unpopular, and the state Republican Party is in shambles -- but part of it really is that those shifting demographics people have been pointing to for the past twenty years are finally approaching a tipping point.

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