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I’m a Latina and I’m voting for Fred DuVal

I’m a Latina and I’m voting for Fred DuVal

Like many Latinos, I was surprised, but not shocked, by Catherine Miranda’s endorsement of Doug Ducey. In her letter, she cites Ducey’s time as a CEO and his “Opportunity for All” campaign slogan as her justification. The problem is even a quick examination of his record, his endorsements and his positions demonstrate that “Opportunity for All” doesn’t include Latinos. Let me explain why.

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Reporter: DuVal doesn’t deserve ‘tar brush’

Kevin Chaffee, the former Washington Times reporter who wrote the 2001 article on notorious lobbyist Edward von Kloberg III’s farewell party for DuVal that was cited yesterday (Oct. 9) by the Arizona Republican Party, confirmed that the party was at the lobbyist’s double penthouse in DC.

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Some Mormons pushing church on gay marriage (access required)

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Court decisions this week paving the way for same-sex marriage to become legal in dozens of states, including Mormon strongholds like Utah, Idaho and Nevada, have emboldened a growing group of Latter-day Saints who are pushing the conservative church to become more accepting of gay members.

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Clean Elections voter education is underway

Clean Elections voter education is underway

With the general election set for Nov. 4, early voting is now underway in Arizona. To help educate voters before they cast their ballots, the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission has mailed a Voter Education Guide to all Arizona households with a registered voter. Approximately 1.8 million pamphlets have been distributed statewide.

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