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...
Funny how a townhall article would attack Quayle who received a higher rating from the Club for Growth that Schweikert. Quayle was actually ranked in the top 10 by the Club. He was also given kudos recently by the CATO institute for proposing amendments to bills to kill federal programs and regulations that will save tax payer money. He was ranked as the most Conservative member of the House by the National Journal. I wonder how much David paid Rachel to write this sham article. What a freaking joke.
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