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Topic - United States Senate Election In Arizona, 2010
A recall effort against Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio went down in flames Thursday. Leaders of the group, Respect Arizona and Citizens for a Better Arizona did not collect the necessary number of signatures to force a recall election, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Two battle-scarred veterans of Arizona's often vicious wars over immigration and the border are drawing fresh fire as they prepare for what may be their last campaign together.
"This whole movement shows there's now going to be consequences for this type of extreme, ultraconservative agenda, whereby education is sacrificed, health care is sacrificed, jobs and the economy are sacrificed, all because of one senator's obsession and self-promotion on the issue of immigration," Mr. Parraz told reporters Wednesday.
Randy Parraz, who founded the group Citizens for a Better Arizona that forced the recall, said the vote represented a "major, major correction in Arizona politics."