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Here's a follow-up on earlier posts related to early childhood in the November elections:
By a substantial margin (69 to 31 percent), Arizona voters rejected Proposition 302, which would have returned a tobacco tax set aside for early education to the state's general fund.
In Tennessee, Republican candidate Bill Haslam defeated Democrat Mike McWherter. The candidates had squabbled about support for state-funded pre-K, an issue popular with Tennessee voters.