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U.S. Sen. John McCain says he's not going back on his pledge to support Donald Trump as the Republican Party's presidential nominee despite a series of Trump comments that have brought rebukes from McCain and other top Republicans.

McCain said Wednesday that he intends to support the nominee of the party, period.

 

  Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence isn't addressing GOP tensions after running mate Donald Trump refused to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan or Arizona Sen. John McCain.

Pence spoke at a town hall event Tuesday night in Phoenix and then took some questions from the few hundred people there but didn't mention the endorsement snub.

Indiana governor and Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence will be in Arizona for two town hall meetings in Phoenix and Tucson.

One of three Republicans challenging Sen. John McCain in this month's primary election says he is suspending his campaign, although his name will remain on the ballot.

 

Monday is the last day to register to vote in Arizona's Aug. 30 primary election.

Locations where citizens can register in person include county recorders' offices, or visit www.servicearizona.com to register online. Mailed-in registrations must be postmarked by Monday.

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