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Dems vying to be Tucson’s next mayor clash on campaign promises, political records

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Mayoral candidates Steve Farley, Randi Dorman and Regina Romero debate in front of an audience on Tuesday night at Rincon High School. /Image courtesy of the Pima County Democratic Party.

By Joe Ferguson | Arizona Daily Star  

The three Democrats running to be Tucson’s next mayor repeatedly clashed in a debate Thursday night over their legislative records and campaign promises being made to voters.

Former state senator Steve Farley and City Councilwoman Regina Romero traded barbs, while developer Randi Dorman went on the offensive less often, instead focusing more on sharing her vision for Tucson.

Independent candidate for Mayor, Ed Ackerley, did not participate in the debate organized by the Pima County Democratic Party at Rincon High School. About 600 people attended.

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