McSally takes slim lead on Barber in CD2Her opponent, Ron Barber, was much more open about his agenda:
19 hours ago • By Joe Ferguson
TUCSON DAILY STAR
If elected, McSally said her top priorities would be to keep the A-10 flying, protect Davis-Monthan and Fort Huachuca from cuts and securing the border with Mexico.
Barber touched on a laundry list of campaign issues, vowing to preserve Social Security, and Medicare for future generations, a woman’s right to choose, and support for education if re-elected.