Some Arizona Republicans Work Against McCain

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Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) has long been considered the front-runner to win the Republican presidential nomination next year. But recent polls indicate a drop in support among fellow Republicans. And some GOP activists in his home state of Arizona have been working to erode his support even further.

Steve Goldstein reports from member station KJZZ in Phoenix.



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