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Joe Arpaio Taking Viewer Questions on Good Morning Arizona Tomorrow

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Just when we were thinking, "Gee, we haven't seen Sheriff Joe shamelessly promoting himself in about 48 hours," we caught this little nugget: Arpaio will be fielding questions on Good Morning Arizona tomorrow.

ABC is encouraging the public to submit questions for the sheriff that will be asked (not necessarily answered) during the 7 a.m. hour of tomorrow's show in a segment ABC is hyping as a showdown between "America's toughest sheriff" and a doubting public.

"Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has never been one to shy away from controversy. He's taken on the federal government on immigration, and how he's taking on you!" GMA producers say in a press release.

Anyone who wants to submit questions can do so by clicking here.

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