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'Arizona Republic' Endorses Lieberman



Published: January 30, 2004

PHOENIX (AP) Arizona's largest newspaper endorsed Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman in Tuesday's Democratic presidential primary.

In an editorial Thursday, The Arizona Republic said Lieberman "embraces the economic and social ideas and ideals that are central to the Democratic Party's middle-class base."

The newspaper said Lieberman reflects the values that Arizona embraces.

"Like his good friend Sen. John McCain, an Arizona Republican, Lieberman is a straight shooter who knows his own mind and doesn't need a dozen pollsters to set his course," the newspaper wrote.


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