Arizona: Grijalva Gets Primary Challenge from Robles

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Can Robles be any worse than Mexican Supremacist Grijalva?
Tucson businessman David Crowe Robles announced Wednesday that he
plans to run for Congress in Arizona’s new Congressional District 3,
where he will take on five-term incumbent U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva in the
August Democratic primary.

Crowe Robles, 45, president and CEO of Tucson Embedded Systems, a firm that specializes in developing hardware
and software for the aerospace, defense and commercial industries, is a
political newcomer who also considered running for the Senate seat held
by Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., who is retiring.

The district includes parts of Tucson, as well as Yuma, the Tohono
O’odham Reservation, and some far southwest suburbs of Phoenix, and runs
mostly along the southwestern border of Arizona. It includes most of
the old 7th Congressional District, Grijalva’s current district.
Tucson Citizen

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