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    Re: McCain Irrelevant, 'He's Dying Anyway,' White House Official Reportedly Says

    In the Arizona Senate rep primary Arpaio is receiving 20% of the votes...

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    Re: McCain Irrelevant, 'He's Dying Anyway,' White House Official Reportedly Says

    Quote Originally Posted by Ackar View Post
    In the Arizona Senate rep primary Arpaio is receiving 20% of the votes...
    IMO A convicted felon should not even be allowed to run.
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    Re: McCain Irrelevant, 'He's Dying Anyway,' White House Official Reportedly Says

    Quote Originally Posted by FilanFyretracker View Post
    IMO A convicted felon should not even be allowed to run.
    Does a pardon wipe that conviction from your record? If not, then yeah... what's he even doing on the ballot?

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    Re: McCain Irrelevant, 'He's Dying Anyway,' White House Official Reportedly Says

    Quote Originally Posted by Khieran View Post
    If not, then yeah... what's he even doing on the ballot?
    They love their racists in Arizona. -The rule of law, not so much. (Only the parts they agree with.)
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    Re: McCain Irrelevant, 'He's Dying Anyway,' White House Official Reportedly Says

    Former Vice President Joe Biden spoke at Sen. John McCain's funeral service in Arizona, where he described the late senator as a "brother."


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