The Arizona Congressional delegation is mostly out of step with Arizona voters on environmental protection. How many Arizonans really want a Representative with a 0% or 8% voting record on the environment? With House Republican Delegates that's all that's on offer - and remember that Renzi is a marginal district GOPer who gets let off the leash to vote against the party now and then, and he still only scores 8%. Flake is the golden boy of the "Goldwater" Institute, and he still only scores 8%.
And McCain? The global warming maverick reformer of the GOP? Same as the doctrinaire Kyl: 29%. How pitiful.
Contrast those scores with the 100% scored by my favorite Arizona Delegate, Raul Grijalva, and the 92% of the moderate Ed Pastor.
Arizona needs to reclaim its legacy of bi-partisan environmental stewardship left by the Udall brothers and Barry Goldwater. This election cycle that means voting Democratic, because there is no one on the GOP side of aisle following Goldwater's example.