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Ducey aide Twist to lead K-12 campaign (access required)

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Gubernatorial aide J.P. Twist will take a leave of absence from the Ducey administration to run the campaign for Proposition 123, the 10-year, $3.5 billion K-12 funding plan that will go before the voters in a May 17 special election.

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Jones won’t run in CD9 (access required)

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It’s back to the drawing board for the Republicans in Arizona’s 9th Congressional District after former GoDaddy executive and 2014 gubernatorial hopeful Christine Jones decided against a run for Congress.

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Land trust changes delay fiscal cliff (access required)

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Changes Gov. Doug Ducey pledged to ease the “fiscal cliff” in his plan to increase education funding became apparent as the proposal became the centerpiece of a settlement agreement to end a lawsuit over K-12 spending.

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Clean Elections delays final vote on political committee rule (access required)

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The Citizens Clean Elections Commission temporarily delayed its vote on a proposed rule that will clarify what constitutes a political committee under Arizona’s campaign finance statutes and possibly require disclosure from some dark money organizations due to last-minute changes that threw the commission’s meeting into confusion.

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