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Trump Commands Five Point Lead over Biden in Arizona as Voters Driven by Inflation and Economy, Poll Shows
Former President Donald Trump now holds a five-point lead over President Joe Biden in a head-to-head race in Arizona, a poll released Sunday revealed. The CBS News/YouGov poll found 52 percent of Arizonans would vote for Trump if the election were held today, compared to 47 percent who said they would vote for the Democratic incumbent. Read More.
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Rudy Giuliani served with Arizona ‘fake electors’ indictment during 80th birthday bash in Palm Beach
Giuliani was the last of the 18 defendants in the case to be served, Arizona officials said. Read More.
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Republicans Sound Alarm on RNC Security, Secret Service Turns Deaf Ear
Republican lawmakers have approached the U.S. Secret Service with concerns about security issues at July's Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but Secret Service has so far been unwilling to compromise, sources told the Daily Caller. "We have identified a critical flaw with the Security Perimeter that creates an elevated and untenable safety risk to the attending public," counsel to the Republican National Committee Todd R. Steggerda wrote to Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle in April. Read More.
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Report: Inflation continues to impact Arizona families
Inflation is still impacting families in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area, according to a new Common Sense Institute report. Read More.
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Election Chaos Threatens Maricopa County Recorder’s Reelection Prospects
Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer faces reelection, going up against two primary opponents and a Democratic challenger. Read More.
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Arizona cities continue post-COVID population growth
Arizona cities continue to add to their headcount. Read More.
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Over Half of Illegal Aliens in U.S. are Unemployed: Report
A new report reveals that over half of the population of illegal aliens that have come into the United States under Joe Biden's watch are unemployed, thus creating an even greater strain on the country. As reported by Breitbart, the report from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) released on Monday revealed that only 46 percent of illegals who came to the U.S. "in 2022 or later" were employed at the start of 2024. Read More.
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Trump holds lead over Biden heading toward November
With less than half a year until the 2024 presidential election, former President Donald Trump holds a sizable lead over incumbent President Joe Biden in several Read More.
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The 2024 Sunset of the Trump Tax Cuts Becoming Election Year Issue as Inflation, Cost of Living Climbs
The sweeping Trump-era tax cuts in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 are set to expire next year, setting up the tax debate as a potentially key political issue this election year. While illegal immigration and inflation top Americans’ list of concerns, both parties are increasingly talking about the Trump-era tax cuts, which President Joe Biden has said he will allow to expire next year. Read More.
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Proposed Arizona border ballot referral splits Republicans, Democrats
A comprehensive border proposal is expected to make it onto the ballot in November. Read More.
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U.S. Fails to Counter Threat of Chinese Land Ownership, Report Finds
The United States government is not appropriately addressing the threat posed by growing Chinese ownership of American land, according to a report released by the Heritage Foundation Thursday. Read More.
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Report: Biden White House Trying to Force New Regulations to Hinder Second Trump Presidency
A new report claims that the Biden Administration is attempting to implement federal regulations that will be difficult to reverse by a future president, as polls increasingly suggest that Joe Biden will lose the November election to former President Donald Trump. According to the Daily Caller, the report says that President Trump plans to sign multiple resolutions under the 1996 Congressional Review Act if he wins a second term, aimed at reversing many of Biden’s regulations. In response, officials in the Biden White House are examining methods to make regulations more permanent or harder to undo. Read More.
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Maricopa County Attorney on track for record fentanyl prosecutions
Maricopa County Attorney Rachel Mitchell explained the rise in fentanyl prosecutions on Tuesday, as state leaders make various announcements on National Fentanyl Awareness Day. Read More.
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Abortion Not Among Top Five Issues for Arizona Voters, New Survey Reveals
A survey released Monday found abortion is not among the top five issues for Arizona voters, who instead are primarily concerned with the southern border and illegal immigration. The Center for the Future of Arizona (CFA) revealed its 2024 Arizona Voters' Agenda found the majority of the state's voters named immigration and border security as their most important issue. Read More.
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This Week In Lawfare Land: 'Vindictive Prosecution'
Here’s the latest information you need to know about each prosecution Democrats are waging against the Republican presidential candidate. Read More.
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