Rep. Paul Gosar wins Arizona's 4th Congressional District
Incumbent Republican Rep. Paul Gosar of Prescott has won the U.S. House seat in Arizona's 4th Congressional District.
Robinson said on his campaign website that he supported an education system with standardized curriculum and programs that address learning curves in local school districts. Robinson also wanted to ensure that members of the military can access medical, housing and financial services as well as obtain good jobs.
He said he would strengthen the economy by providing tax and other incentives to businesses to keep manufacturing and other jobs from going overseas.
Other candidates in the race included Libertarian candidate Joe Pamelia, a businessman, aeronautical engineer and Vietnam War veteran, and Americans Elect candidate Richard Grayson, a humorist, author and gay rights activist.
District 4 encompasses seven counties and includes most of western Arizona, most of Yavapai County and northern Pinal County. It covers Prescott, part of Yuma and Florence.
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