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Pollsters say Brewer isn’t toast

Gov. Jan Brewer's poll numbers are among the lowest of any governor in the country. But the wild card, pollsters here say, is that many Arizona voters don't know enough about the governor to have an opinion. "The hardcore anti-Jan Brewer constituency is relatively small, especially among the voting population," said NAU pollster and political science professor Fred Solop...

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Brewer makes it official

Ending months of speculation, Gov. Jan Brewer officially filed to run for governor in 2010. Brewer's representatives filed paperwork for a candidate committee with the Arizona Secretary of State's Office on Nov. 5, and she is expected to publicly announce her candidacy later in the evening at an awards dinner in Glendale.

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La. judge done after flap over interracial wedding

BATON ROUGE, La. - At least four times in the last 2 1/2 years, Keith Bardwell says he refused to marry interracial couples while serving as a Louisiana justice of the peace. He said from his experience and discussions, he had concluded that blacks and whites do not readily accept offspring of such relationships, so the children end up suffering.

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