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Has ‘Clean Elections’ changed Arizona’s political landscape≠ (access required)

Louis Hoffman, chief author of the Clean Elections ActTen years before 76 percent of 2006 statewide and legislative candidates declared their intention to campaign with public funding, a small group of people met in 1996 for the first time and hatched an ambitious plan. Their goal was to restore the political influence they felt had been ...

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