Huffman may be gaining steam in late campaign push

September 2006
Inside Tucson Business;9/11/2006, Vol. 16 Issue 13, p3
The article reports on the edge gained by representative Steve Huffmann in the Republican nomination as stated in the poll published in "Arizona Daily Star," by Zimmerman & Associates and Marketing Intelligence. The poll stated the 24.5 percent voters who are in favored of Huffmann as compared with the 33 percents of the front-runner Randy Graf. The poll shows a 13.9 points compared to the earlier poll. On the other hand, Senator Gabrielle Giffolds has topped in the Democratic primary.


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