He's Back - in Arizona

Arizona -- or "Seizure World," as Republican Senator John McCain once called its retirement communities -- is the state that said no to daylight saving time, turned its back on the Martin Luther King holiday and was the last to come around on Medicaid and the interstate highway system. It is home to two-fifths of the Keating Five (Senators Dennis DeConcini and John McCain), to Barry Goldwater (considered left of center by many natives), and to the nation's first impeached Governor in 59 years, Evan Mecham. It is not a place for the politically faint of heart.

Before the surprise announcement...

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