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Pima County Library Holds Meetings on Ballot Propositions

League of Women Voters provides information on ballot questions

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Poll Shows AZ Senate Race Close, Romney Leads Obama in AZ

Carmona, Flake within margin of error in new poll, Romney has solid lead

Voter Registration Deadline Oct. 9

Cutoff for Nov. 6 elections is early next week

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Voter Registration Deadline in 8 Days

Early voting begins 2 days later; general election Nov. 6

Political Roundtable: Friday, Sept. 28, 2012

Candidates in Legislative District 9 discuss the issues

9 Suspected Voter Fraud Cases Investigated

All involve people who voted in 2 states for same election

David Berman, Ph.D., a senior research fellow with the Morrison Institute for Public Policy, discusses Proposition 121.

Researcher: Open Primary's Effect 'Modest'

Bringing moderation to AZ politics may change outcomes in 10-20% of races

Sales Tax Can Cover TUSD's Deficit

Alternatives may include more school closures, consolidations

Law Dampens AZ Initiative Process

Full count of petition signatures done away with

Pete Hershberger, former state lawmaker, joins the Roundtable to talk about the week in politics, including the Flake-Carmona Senate race, the Barber-McSally congressional race, and the Fast and Furious Inspector General report.

Political Roundtable: Friday, Sept. 21, 2012

Host Jim Nintzel leads lively discussion of the week's political happenings

Obama-Romney Race Close in Arizona

A new poll puts the race for the White House within the margin of error in Arizona

AZ Week: Open Primary Proposition Forum

Pro: 'Dissatisfaction with existing system'; Con: 'Subverts democracy'

Town Halls Planned on Propositions

Secretary of state will host 25 meetings around AZ in October

Deyanira Nevarez Martinez, state coordinator of Mi Familia Vota, talks about Novembers general election.

Latino Vote May Sway Election, Activist Says

Registrations up 41% from 2008; early voting key to turnout

 Carolyn Lukensmeyer becomes the first executive director at Tucson-based National Institute for Civil Discourse which was founded after the January 2011 shootings in Tucson.

Survey Shows Frustration With Elected Officials

National Institute for Civil Discourse says problem-solving inability is cited

we speak with Jim Nintzel - Host, AZPM's "Friday Roundtable"

Political Roundtable: Friday, Sept. 14, 2012

Host Jim Nintzel leads lively discussion of week's political happenings

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