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GOP candidates lose Clean Elections suit (access required)

A Maricopa County Superior Court judge ruled Oct. 4 that the constitutional rights of five Republicans that ran privately funded primary campaigns has not been violated by a provision of the Clean Elections Act. The candidates, Sens. Dean Martin, R-6, and Chuck Gray, R-19,and Reps. Kirk Adams, R-19, Gary Pierce, R-19, and Cheryl Chase, R-23, alleged ...

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