Flake among shutdown voters, McCain absent

Arizona delegation divided when shutdown arrived

By Ronald J. Hansen | The Republic

Arizona’s congressional delegation seemed as stubborn about solving the partisan budget stalemate as the rest of their colleagues in Washington on Friday night.

Related: How the federal government shutdown could affect Arizona

As the deadline approached, Arizona’s members alternately tried to establish why the shutdown was inevitable and what needed to happen to soften the effects of one.

On Thursday, six of the eight members in Arizona’s House delegation voted against the 30-day stopgap spending plan, known as a continuing resolution.



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