Arizona Republic Endorses Mitt Romney

By | October 21, 2012

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4 thoughts on “Arizona Republic Endorses Mitt Romney

  1. Ric Mason

    You got me laughing pretty good with your comment on the Arizona Republic being “usually left leaning.” You obviously know nothing about this newspaper. It is staunchly conservative and proud to acknowledge it.

    I’m wondering where in the world you got such an idea!

    1. Mike Ranier

      Ric.. I live in Arizona and that paper is incredibly slanted to the left. It’s a pro-criminal rights, liberal sounding board.

      Perhaps you’re thinking of some other paper… or some other state.

    2. Teresa Wendt Post author

      The AZ Republic has endorsed Republican candidates on many occasions so can I imagine there are many who see it as a conservative newspaper yet there are many conservatives who would disagree with their day to day views.
      Perhaps it is because Arizona is an ultra conservative state so the Republic is just center right… But I don’t think so.


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