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Ash drops out of GOP chairman’s race (access required)

Bruce Ash has announced his withdrawal from the Arizona Republican Party chairman’s race, leaving the GOP grassroots without a candidate and fueling speculation that outgoing Chairman Randy Pullen might seek a third term after all.

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Special election for Giffords’ seat unlikely (access required)

It is the question that no one wants to ponder, not while U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is still battling the head wound that could have taken her life. But there is political curiosity: What are the options concerning her future in the U.S. House of Representatives?

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Mourning replaces policy in State of the State

Riding high from her victory in the election, Gov. Jan Brewer was expected to lay out an ambitious policy agenda to start her first full term as governor. But in the wake of the tragic shooting in Tucson, Brewer deferred on her annual address to call for prayer and mourning for the victims of the mass shooting that targeted U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

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Supporters gather for Giffords vigil at Capitol

On an early winter evening, more than 300 people gathered Saturday night at the Arizona Capitol to grieve for those killed and to pray for U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and others wounded when a gunman opened fire on an event the congresswoman held hours earlier in Tucson.

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Up Close with Ken Bennett (access required)

With more votes than almost any candidate in the state, Election Day was a mandate for Ken Bennett. As he prepares for a full term as secretary of state, the position Gov. Jan Brewer appointed him to when she ascended to the Ninth Floor, Bennett is planning on changes aimed at making voting easier and making government more accessible to Arizonans. But secretary of state may not be his last gig in elected office.

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