Arizona Democratic Senate candidate Richard Carmona struggled to draw a crowd in his hometown Sunday, forcing organizers to switch to a smaller venue.
In a Friday conference call, Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) continued to push back against an ad by Democratic Arizona Senate candidate Richard Carmona touting McCain’s endorsement of Carmona a decade ago.
Arizona Democratic Senate candidate Richard Carmona failed to vote in the 2010 general election despite claims that he told KTVK-TV 3 he sent in an absentee ballot.
Several Democratic candidates in recent months have been hesitant to voice support for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.), who, if Democrats retain control of the Senate, must be reelected majority leader when Congress begins a new session next year.
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Richard Carmona, a former U.S. Surgeon General and current Democratic candidate for U.S. senate in Arizona, has a history of feuding with employers, intimidating coworkers, and letting his temper get the best of him in the workplace, behaviors that may complicate his electoral chances this November, insiders say.
Democratic Arizona Senate candidate and former U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona is distancing himself from President Obama, even though Obama reportedly handpicked Carmona to run for office.