/ Modified nov 22, 2019 3:29 p.m.

Roundtable: Pima County political party leaders on Tucson’s election

Plus, important issues going into 2020.

Results from Tucson’s election earlier this month proved to be a mixed bag. While Democrats swept their races, the sanctuary city initiative backed by the Pima County Democratic Party failed overwhelmingly. Not long after ballots were tallied, leadership in Pima County Republican Party filed a complaint with the U.S. Justice Department about possible voter suppression involving the Postal Service and undelivered mail ballots. Christopher Conover followed up on these topics with party chairs Alison Jones and David Eppihimer.

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