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FILE - In this March 12, 2018 file photo, Arizona State Rep. Daniel Hernandez, a Tucson Democrat, speaks during a news conference at the state Capitol in Phoenix. With Democrats eyeing November pickups they hope will give them control of the Arizona Legislature for the first time in decades, business interests are pumping cash into their primaries. But the biggest knock-down, drag-out primary fight pits two sitting lawmakers in a Republican north Phoenix district battling for the soul of the GOP base. (AP Photo/Bob Christie, File)

FILE - In this March 12, 2018 file photo, Arizona State Rep. Daniel Hernandez, a Tucson Democrat, speaks during a news conference at the state Capitol in Phoenix. With Democrats eyeing November pickups they hope will give them control of the Arizona Legislature for the first time in decades, business interests are pumping cash into their primaries. But the biggest knock-down, drag-out primary fight pits two sitting lawmakers in a Republican north Phoenix district battling for the soul of the GOP base. (AP Photo/Bob Christie, File)

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