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Recall looms large in Arizona history (access required)

Recall elections played a pivotal role in Arizona statehood. President William Howard Taft, a former judge who was later appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, actually vetoed the enabling act that would have granted Arizona statehood in 1911 because the proposed state Constitution included a recall provision for judges.

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Former AZGOP Chairman Kruglick modernized party, gave back to community (access required)

Burton Kruglick, a three-term chairman of the Arizona Republican Party who is credited with modernizing the party and helping to shepherd the state from Democratic to Republican control, died on Feb. 12 at the age of 91.