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PHOENIX - Long lines were the norm Tuesday at many polling sites across the state as Arizonans helped choose a president, elected state legislators and decided on a ballot initiative aimed at cracking down on illegal immigration.
A long line of voters wait for their chance to cast their vote, shortly after the polls opened for the 2004 Presidential Election, Tuesday at the Lamb of God Lutheran Church, in Ahwatukee.
TUCSON — University of Arizona students and others made up a line several blocks long by midday Wednesday outside of the Tucson arena where President Barack Obama is scheduled to speak.
Deputies are present to control the crowd. Some people brought lawn chairs, food and snacks.
Obama is expected to remember the six people killed Saturday in an assassination attempt against Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who had been meeting with constituents outside a grocery store.
The White House said Obama would meet privately with the victims' families before the service.
In total, 19 people were shot, six fatally. Others were injured trying to flee the shooting.
Speeches and Mariachi music flavored the opening of the Pro's Ranch Market Wednesday in Mesa, with long lines forming outside the Hispanic grocery and cars overflowing onto neighborhood side streets.
Pro's Ranch Market in Mesa opened with long lines forming outside the Hispanic grocery and cars overflowing onto neighborhood side streets. April 29, 2009.
Dawn Farmer of Washington, D.C. dragged her bags to the back of Southwest Airline's e-ticket check-in queue at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Friday.
A large crowd awaits service at the Southwest Airlines ticketing desk at Sky Harbor Airport International.
Rumor of a rupture in the fuel pipeline from Tucson touched off fears of another gas crisis Wednesday, sending alarmed Valley motorists racing to the nearest pump.
Getting in to see an emergency-room doctor on Monday afternoon at east Mesa’s Banner Baywood Medical Center was treated like a lottery win.
Several vehicles line up at a Chevron gas station Wednesday night at the corner of Alma School and Baseline roads in Mesa.
Rosanna Jasso and her husband, Alex, wait Monday for the doctor in the emergency room of Banner Baywood Hospital in Mesa.
Gene and Emily Hurd of Mesa took their 22-month-old daughter to receive an H1N1 vaccination Saturday morning, hoping to get on with the rest of their day in a reasonable amount of time. After two hours of waiting in line, the couple still wasn't in the building.
First in line after arriving at 7:40 a.m., Nancy Wood crochets as she and new friend Sue Lemons, who arrived at 7:45 a.m., wait inside the Bashas' store at Brown Road and Mesa Drive for the H1N1 shot.
Joe’s Real BBQ held its annual Customer Appreciation Day today, handing out thousands of free barbecue meals. During the dinner hour, the line was estimated at 850 people. How long is that?
View Tribune's graphic designer Gabe Utasi's comic about elections.
CHICAGO - Long lines have formed as polls open in Eastern states as John McCain is counting on a narrow path to an upset victory today while Barack Obama pinned his hopes for becoming the nation's first black president on a ground organization designed to swell precincts with voters across the country.