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Republicans revel in victories

Arizona's Republican congressmen celebrated their overwhelming state victories at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Phoenix on Tuesday.

U.S. Reps. Trent Franks, John Shadegg and J.D. Hayworth, along with U.S. Sens. John Kyl and John McCain spoke to supporters at the hotel Tuesday night.

Although the election had not yet been called for President Bush early Tuesday evening, they said they were pleased but not surprised with the party's victories in the elections.

Mitchell, Cahill back in Legislature

Sen. Harry Mitchell and Rep. Meg Burton-Cahill, both Democrats, are returning to the state Legislature to represent District 17, which covers Tempe and parts of Scottsdale.

House candidate Laura Knaperek beat Republican Mark Thompson for the second House seat.

With 98.6 percent of the votes counted as of 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, Mitchell received the majority of the votes with 60.7 percent -- clearly winning the Senate seat. Challenger Jesse Hernandez received 39.3 percent of the votes.
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Yay or nay on instant replay?


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ASU head coach Dirk Koetter said he would not be in favor of instant replay the way it is used in the Big Ten.
The ASU football team was victimized by a number of questionable calls during a 27-0 loss to California on Saturday, but the Sun Devils still are not sure if instant replay is a good idea in college football.

When ASU returned the opening kickoff against the Golden Bears, officials ruled junior Josh Golden fumbled the ball, even though the television broadcast showed he was down before the ball came out. On the ensuing play, Cal freshman Robert Jordan caught a 24-yard touchdown pass, and replays showed he was not inbounds during the catch.
TENNIS

Men's tennis makes way to Milwaukee for final fall tourney

The ASU men's tennis team will head to Milwaukee, Wis., to compete in the Milwaukee Tennis Classic today through Monday at Marquette University.

The tournament consists of more than 250 of the top players in the country from 15 different schools. The tournament is unique in that it consists of both able-bodied and wheelchair tennis players. It is also the longest-running collegiate tennis tournament in America, spanning 28 years.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Gotta have faith

Every designer has a muse. Marc Jacobs has Wynona Ryder. The legendary Emilio Pucci had Christina Mannini. And local designer Ryan Dirkin has Jesus. His faith-based line, Emunah, is inspired by scripture, yet is gaining popularity among Christians and non-Christians alike.
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Vegging out

You're sitting at a table with friends eating pizza when you notice that one of your friends doesn't even have cheese on his pizza, just the sauce. What might this mean? Either the sky will soon fall on our heads and we will explode into confetti, or you've just encountered a vegan.
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