Biden, Harris aim to tip battleground Arizona for Democrats
Harris introduced Biden by blasting Trump’s “reckless disregard for human life and for the well-being of the American people” when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic. Arizona’s transformation seems stark for a state that just a decade ago was the epicenter of Republicans' push against anti-illegal immigration push. To varying degrees, Nevada, Colorado and New Mexico have all moved closer to Democrats since the turn of the century. Since 1952, a Democrat has won Arizona only once — Bill Clinton in 1996, with about 46% of the vote. Biden will look to run up the score there and on the Navajo Nation in northeastern Arizona.
Arizona governor vetoes bill labeled anti-gay
CBS News' Carter Evans reports. Arizona governor vetoes bill labeled anti-gay Arizona Governor Jan Brewer rejected a proposed law allowing businesses to use faith as a shield against lawsuits. CBS News' Carter Evans reports. Be the first to knowGet browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not NowTurn Oncbsnews.com