Arizona Primary

Convicted criminal and diehard Trump supporter Sheriff Joe Arpaio faces a tough battle in Arizona’s Republican senate primary.
The Arizona congressman will likely bedevil Republican leaders for another term.
On March 16, the media said it was over, and they're saying it's over now. But those who "do their own research" knew then that the movement had many contests left to win, and they know now that 19 states and 1,401 delegates are still available.
Some voters waited up to five hours to cast their ballot.
This is not the intention of our system's alleged guardians, of course, and they need to be watched far more carefully than
Some voters waited five hours to cast their ballot during the state's primary last month.
The end stage of campaign psychosis is acceptance. But before that happens, comes hypocrisy. For a textbook example of hypocrisy, look at the Sanders campaign's changing stance on superdelegates.
"I finally find somebody I want to vote for, and they deny me."
In a TMFS sketch, we attack the five hour plus long wait to vote in Maricopa County, Arizona.
Though polls closed at 7 p.m., the last vote didn't come in until after midnight.