Tuesday was a big election day. Mitt Romney won easily in Arizona and eked out a win in Michigan. That doesn’t leave the race any more settled heading toward Super Tuesday. But if Romney had lost in Michigan, his home state, his candidacy would have been in trouble. Wichita voters also overwhelmingly rejected a city-approved incentive that would have allowed a new downtown hotel to keep a portion of the city’s guest tax that it collects. John Todd, one of the leaders of the group opposing the incentive, said of the vote result: “I think the citizens are waking up. They’re tired of giving away incentives to developers – not only for downtown but all over town.”
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