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Christian Palmer on Here & Now: Election reform in AZ

Arizona Capitol Times reporter Christian Palmer and Phoenix New Times reporter Sarah Fenske discuss concerns about Clean Elections, the state’s publicly financed campaign system during this episode of KJZZ’s Here and Now.

Clean Elections Executive Director Todd Lang responds to those issues, and political analysts Bob Grossfeld and Stan Barnes discuss the impact of Clean Elections and other election reforms on Arizona.

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Title: Here and Now: Election Reform in AZ
Author: Steve Goldstein
Publisher: KJZZ 91.5 FM

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