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Opinion: Republicans may be losing grip on Arizona

I was raised a Barry Goldwater Republican in the 1960s. When Goldwater ran for president in 1964, however, I was one of only two students to wear his campaign button at Kenilworth Elementary School — and I was attending the senator’s alma mater. Lyndon B. Johnson buttons were seemingly everywhere.

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I was raised a Barry Goldwater Republican in the 1960s. When Goldwater ran for president in 1964, however, I was one of only two students to wear his campaign button at Kenilworth Elementary School — and I was attending the senator’s alma mater. Lyndon B. Johnson buttons were seemingly everywhere.

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