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‘Excel’-lent idea could speed Clean Elections process (access required)

One inconvenience publicly funded candidates in Arizona experience could disappear by the 2006 election cycle. The Citizens Clean Elections Commission approved a measure on Nov. 3 that would allow participating candidates to use electronic spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel to file required lists of people who make qualifying contributions to candidates. The measure, which still requires ...

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