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Updated: A Running List of Phoenix Concerts Canceled Due to the Coronavirus

6 days ago by Benjamin Leatherman
Say it isn't so: Hall & Oates' upcoming Valley show has been postponed.
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Rodney Glassman Dropped $460K on Campaign in Two Months

10 years ago by James King
There's money well-spent, and then there's just money spent -- and Democratic Senate candidate Rodney Glassman seems to be burning through the latter.Glassman released his campaign-finance report on Friday, and the candidate spent nearly half-a-million dollars over a two-month period...
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Rodney Glassman and Other Arizona Dems Not Exactly Motivating Youth Vote

10 years ago by James King
U.S. Senate hopeful Rodney Glassman, as well as several other Democrats running for office this year, were at the University of Arizona yesterday for a rally. It didn't go well.It went so bad, in fact, that the university's newspaper, The Daily Wildcat, wrote a scathing editorial with the headline "AZ...
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Rodney Glassman Solidifies Runaway Staff With New Campaign Manager

10 years ago by James King
Rodney Glassman, the Democratic Senate candidate hoping to unseat Senator John McCain, has filled one of the several holes that were left in his campaign staff following the alleged "jumping ship" of three of his top aids.The new kid on the block over at Glassman HQ is veteran Democratic strategist...
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Rodney Glassman's Latest Campaign Video is Embarrassing to Watch; Complete With Rodney Singing Arizona Version of "Sweet Home Alabama" and Dancing Like Forrest Gump

10 years ago by James King
U.S. Senate candidate Rodney Glassman should stick to arid-land-resource sciences because any hopes of a singing career -- or a career in the Senate, for that matter -- were probably damaged beyond repair by his latest cringe-worthy campaign video.It was a regular WTF moment this morning when we got an...
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Morning Poll: Does Rodney Glassman Stand Any Sort of Chance at Beating John McCain?

10 years ago by James King
Former Tucson City Councilman (if you ask him "vice mayor") Rodney Glassman is off to a sluggish start in his bid to unseat Senator John McCain.His former colleagues are bashing him -- hard -- and people on his own campaign have abandoned ship because they aren't happy with how he...
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J.D. Hayworth Would Lose to Rodney Glassman in General Election, Latest Rasmussen Poll Finds

10 years ago by James King
A few short months ago, the U.S. Senate seat that's up for grabs in this year's election seemed almost certain to go to a Republican. The only question seemed to be which Republican it would be -- J.D. Hayworth or John McCain.Things have changed, though, most notably for Hayworth following publicity...
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Rodney Glassman's Poll Numbers Go From Bad to Worse; Latest Poll Shows

10 years ago by James King
The campaign of Rodney Glassman, the Democrat trying to unseat Senator John McCain in this year's election, is in rough shape, according to a new poll released today.Glassman's campaign has taken some hits since the last poll was conducted -- most notably, the news that he plagiarized parts of his...
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Rodney Glassman Recycles J.D. Hayworth's Recycled Ad With Geriatrics Hatin' on John McCain

10 years ago by James King
U.S. Senate candidate Rodney Glassman released a new Web ad today and it might be fairly persuasive if we hadn't seen an identical ad -- literally identical -- from J.D. Hayworth during the GOP primary.The ad, titled "McCain VS Arizona," features McCain fumbling over his words when asked what he's...
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Rodney Glassman Colleague Says Candidate Text Messaged People During Council Meetings "Like a Little Adolescent"

10 years ago by James King
Democratic Senate candidate Rodney Glassman certainly isn't getting off to a good start in his bid to unseat Senator John McCain.Last week New Times reported that several of Glassman's staffers had quit because they were unhappy with how the candidate treated people working on the campaign. And today one of...

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