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Arizona Senate race neck and neck in internal Carmona poll

There are 1 comment on the The Hill story from Sep 26, 2012, titled Arizona Senate race neck and neck in internal Carmona poll. In it, The Hill reports that:

An internal poll released by Democrat Richard Carmona's campaign gives Rep. Jeff Flake a 1-percentage-point lead, essentially a statistical tie.

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CarolO

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#1 Sep 26, 2012
Doesn't take a rocket scientist to know if you want Social Security and Medicare to stay or be gone. It's not only important to seniors but also to middle aged children of elderly parents.

If they can't buy the insurance they need, can't afford their medications, need home care or end up in a nursing home, guess who gets stuck with the bill? The children of those seniors. And why we have social security now so seniors are not a burden on their children.

The vouchers that Flake is voting for opens up the donut hole, as well, that so many used to fall through.

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