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Brewer: No More Debates

Friday, 15 Oct 2010 01:24 PM

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In Arizona, the time for talk is over. Republican Gov. Jan Brewer, who signed the tough new immigration law, says she won’t debate Democrat Terry Goddard for a second time, despite his desire to do so, Politico reports.

jan, brewer, goddard, debateThe first debate didn’t go so well for her, leading Goddard to call for more. “No, absolutely not,” Brewer said Thursday, when she was asked by Greta Van Susteren on Fox News whether she’d agree.

“I’m not going to allow my opponent to reinvent himself,” Brewer said. “He’s had his opportunity and, like me, he has served the people of Arizona for almost as long. And people know who he is and what [he] stands for, and they know who Jan Brewer is, and I will take my message to the voters in a different venue.”

Recent rumors that she has health problems are false, Brewer says. “I’m just fine,” she said. “I am just perfectly fine.”



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