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Arizona major 2022: Recap of election day

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Polls closed at 7 p.m. Tuesday as voters made decisions in Republican and Democratic primaries to find out who squares off within the November common election.

A U.S. Senate seat is up for grabs in 2022, together with the governor, secretary of state, legal professional common, faculties superintendent and different statewide places of work and a number of other native races, together with for Maricopa County legal professional, mayor and metropolis council.

Discover out the tallies: Arizona major election outcomes 2022

1:30 a.m.: Incumbent Kimberly Yee wins treasurer’s race

Kimberly Yee, the incumbent treasurer and a former

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Lawyers

Biden Deliberate To Faucet Anti-Abortion Lawyer For Judgeship Day Roe Overturned: Emails

President Joe Biden deliberate to appoint an anti-abortion lawyer for a lifetime federal judgeship in Kentucky the day the Supreme Court docket voted to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling, in line with emails obtained by a number of media shops on Wednesday.

The White Home emailed Gov. Andy Beshear (D) on June 23, saying Biden deliberate to faucet the lawyer Chad Meredith as a nominee for the U.S. District Court docket for the Japanese District of Kentucky. The e-mail, despatched by White Home aide Kathleen Marshall, stated Meredith was set to be nominated “tomorrow,” the Louisville Courier-Journal first

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On This Day in Historical past – June twenty seventh – Almanac

On June 27, 1995, the house shuttle Atlantis was launched on a historic mission to dock with the Russian house station Mir. Docking occurred two days later. File Photograph courtesy of NASA

In the present day is Monday, June 27, the 178th day of 2022 with 187 to observe.

The moon is waning. Morning stars are Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Saturn, Uranus and Venus. Night stars are Jupiter and Saturn.


These born on this date are below the signal of Most cancers. They embrace Irish patriot Charles Stewart Parnell in 1846; anarchist Emma Goldman in 1869; poet Paul Laurence Dunbar

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On This Day, June 25: U.S. Supreme Court docket bars prayer in public colleges

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Grants Move Excessive College college students take part in a prayer circle throughout a nationwide walkout to honor Florida college capturing victims in Grants Move, Ore., on March 14, 2018. On June 25, 1962, the U.S. Supreme Court docket handed down a choice interpreted as barring prayer in public colleges. File Photograph by David Tulis/UPI | License Photograph

On this date in historical past:

In 1876, U.S. Military Lt. Col. George Custer, a significant normal within the volunteer military, and his drive of 208 males have been killed by Chief Sitting Bull’s Sioux warriors at Little Large Horn in

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On This Day, June 7: U.S. missionary Martin Burnham killed in Philippines

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President George W. Bush hugs Oreta Burnham, mom of killed missionary Martin Burnham, throughout a gathering with Gracia Burnham (L) and her household within the Oval Workplace July 24, 2002. On June 7, 2002, U.S. missionary Martin Burnham, captured within the Philippines by a Muslim group greater than a 12 months earlier, was fatally shot throughout a rescue try. UPI File Photograph | License Photograph

On this date in historical past:

In 1776, the Lee Decision, which led to the U.S. Declaration of Independence, was launched within the Continental Congress.

In 1864, Republican delegates assembly in Baltimore nominated Abraham

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Law Enforcer

Sandra Day O’Connor Faculty of Regulation at ASU hires David Gelfand to move Antitrust program

Printed: Feb. 23, 2022 at 2:00 PM EST|Up to date: 44 minutes in the past

PHOENIX and WASHINGTON, Feb. 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Sandra Day O’Connor Faculty of Regulation at Arizona State College introduced at present the appointment of one of many nation’s main antitrust attorneys to broaden the college’s work on this essential space of legislation.

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David Gelfand joins ASU Regulation as professor of observe and the Sims Chair in Competitors Regulation and Regulation. Joe Sims, an ASU Regulation alumnus and nationally famend antitrust lawyer, not too long ago established the chair.

Gelfand

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