Defiant Quelland fails to pay fine
The saga surrounding the removal of former House member Doug Quelland from the Legislature isn’t over quite yet.
Weiers, Yee oust Quelland in LD10 House
The Democrats won’t have ousted lawmaker Doug Quelland to kick around in the Legislative District 10 House race in November. Republicans considered Quelland, who ran with public funding after being expelled from office for violating Clean Elections laws, to be a weak candidate in a district that has seen a Democratic surge in recent years. [...]
Ousted lawmakers seek return to office
After the Citizens Clean Elections Commission and two judges found Doug Quelland guilty of misusing the state’s public campaign financing system, he fought for months to stay in the Legislature, maintained that he was innocent even after being removed from office and is now using government money, once again, to pay for his comeback campaign.
Weiers, Yee team up to block Quelland in District 10
One of the House seats in Legislative District 10 has become the center of attention and drama in the GOP primary – Republicans want to protect it, ousted former lawmaker Doug Quelland wants it back and rising star Kimberly Yee wants to keep it.
Yee takes oath as newest House member
Republican Kimberly Yee, a well known policy advisor, took her oath as the Legislature’s newest member on Aug. 4. The Maricopa Board of Supervisors appointed Yee to the House two days before as a replacement to Doug Quelland, who was removed from office for violating campaign-finance laws.
Quelland plays dumb about old endorsements
Quelland is claiming to have endorsements from people and advocacy groups who are, in fact, endorsing his opponents in the LD10 House race. In fact, of the seven endorsements listed on his website, only one – U.S. Rep. Trent Franks – confirmed to Yellow Sheet the endorsement was valid.
Court deals another blow to Quelland
A judge has denied former Rep. Doug Quelland’s request to halt a court decision that affirmed his removal from office. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Crane McClennen on June 22 rejected Quelland’s motion that sought to allow the former lawmaker to stay in office.
Amid Quelland's ouster, 3 nominated as possible replacements
Republicans from Legislative District 10 selected their former district chairwoman and two other long-time precinct committee persons as possible replacements for Rep. Doug Quelland, whose seat was declared vacant after the court upheld his removal from office.
District 10 to nominate Quelland replacements
Republican Party officials in Legislative District 10 are scheduled to choose three people on June 21 to potentially replace Rep. Doug Quelland, whose seat was declared vacant after the court upheld his removal from office.
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