Good News: 64% of Arizona Republicans Want McCain Gone In 2016


Well don’t talk about it, be about it:

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Arizona Senator John McCain confronts a very challenging primary landscape shouldhe decide to run for a sixth term in 2016.

Although his job approval-disapproval rating among Republicans statewide is evenlysplit, and his image is slightly underwater (47.7% favorable, 51.4% unfavorable), it is thefact that

Republican Primary voters in Arizona are over twice as likely to elect “a newperson” (64.2%) than they are to re-elect McCain (29.3%) that spells trouble.

They had their chance before and they went with the devil they knew.

I get the feeling Arizona will keep McCain until McCain wants to go home.

What say you?

Hat Tip: Weasel Zippers

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Duane Lester

Duane Lester

Duane Lester is co-founder of All American Blogger, and the primary writer. Following graduation, Duane entered the United States Navy as a journalist. He spent five years touring the world, reporting on local news and sports. Following his enlistment, Duane spent almost 10 years working with adjudicated youth in residential treatment environments. Duane discovered politics after September 11. He credits Erich "Mancow" Muller for opening his eyes to his conservative beliefs. Since then, Duane has devoured books and literature on politics, reading everything he can from Adam Smith to Larry Elder to Thomas Sowell. He refers to his style of politics as "conserva-tarian", a mixture of conservative and libertarian beliefs.

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