The fiscal watchdog organization Club for Growth is calling the Congressional primary race in Arizona’s newly redistricted CD6 the most watched Republican congressional primary race in the country. Due to Arizona gaining a new House seat and redistricting, incumbent House Republicans David Schweikert and Ben Quayle saw their districts overlap. The redistricting committee, which is controlled by the left, did this to Republicans purposely. Quayle’s house ended up barely inside of Arizona’s new CD9. Since the new CD9 contains Tempe, which is not as conservative as CD6 in the Northeast Valley, Quayle...
Many people don't know this but David Schweikert attended a legislative district meeting 17 meeting a few months ago. The members of the district were begging him to run in CD9 because they had fought so hard with him to defeat Mitchell in 2010. His response was "I've ran too many times and lost, I deserve to have a safe district, I deserve to have a position that can benefit my career for once." Schweikert is nothing more than a career politician. Over 60 percent of David's constituency live in CD9.
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