Arizona may seem to be Barry Goldwater's fief, but there remain some
potent pockets of Democratic strength. Among them is Tucson (pop.
212,892), where Democrats outregister Republicans 2 to 1. Last week
Tucson went Republican.
Polling double the vote of his Democratic opponent, Real Estate
Investor Lew Davis, 54, became the first successful G.O.P. candidate
for mayor in Tucson since 1954.
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