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The special session that wasn’t

The special session on the top-two primary fizzled out Friday evening after the Senate couldn’t muster the votes for a proposed ballot measure that would force candidates in a “top-two” primary to list their party affiliations. Less than three hours after emailing reporters to say that a special session call was still expected, Brewer spokesman Matthew Benson spread the word Friday evening that the special session was dead.

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