Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Richard Carmona pulled in more votes in Arizona than President Barack Obama, but that still left the former U.S. Surgeon General more than 80,000 votes behind Republican Congressman Jeff Flake.Flake will be replacing fellow Republican Jon Kyl in the Senate, as Kyl's ... More >>
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