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Horne, Thomas bring clash to the airwaves (access required)

Tom Horne and Andrew Thomas' campaigns against each other didn't get any more brutal, but they did become a bit more visible as the Republican attorney general candidates unleashed their first television ads of the campaign season.

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Up Close with Chuck Coughlin (access required)

In his quarter century in Arizona, Coughlin has either worked for or butted heads with nearly every big name in the state’s pantheon of political heavyweights. His reputation preceeds him at the Capitol, but even the fierce political infighter was once a novice.

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An early contender, Martin fades amid Brewer’s momentum (access required)

When state Treasurer Dean Martin entered the race in January, he had long looked like Gov. Jan Brewer’s most dangerous adversary in the Republican primary. Brewer was floundering in her budget battle with the Legislature and reeling from conservative opposition to her proposed sales tax hike.

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Mills’ money no match for S1070 (access required)

Northern Arizona businessman, Mills put himself on the political map when he hired Symington Group partner Camilla Strongin to manage his campaign and became the talk of the Capitol in January when he put $2 million of his own money into his campaign.

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