Here's where West Valley congressional candidates stand on climate change
Seven candidates for the congressional seat held by former U.S. Rep. Trent Franks debated in the Arizona Republic and azcentral.com newsroom last week, fielding questions on topics ranging from gun rights to immigration policy to human-caused climate change.
Early voting begins Wednesday to replace Franks, who resigned in December amid allegations of sexual misconduct. The primary election is Feb. 27; the general election is April 24.
Answers to the climate change question were divided sharply along party lines — Republicans dismissed concerns of a changing climate by pointing to low... read more
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