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Dem primaries are like unicorn sightings (access required)

The news that David Garcia may run for governor, reported on Friday by 12 News’ Brahm Resnik, combined with Farley’s likely entry into the race, means that Arizona Democrats are looking at a truly rare event: a contested gubernatorial primary. ...

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For Ducey, all the nation’s a stage (access required)

National conservative figures heaped praise on Ducey for his role in pushing S1431 (empowerment scholarships; expansion; phase-in) through, boosting the profile of a governor whom many view as a politician who’s looking for a bigger spot on the national stage. ...

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Trading Places, LD23 edition (access required)

Kavanagh and Ugenti-Rita, who is termed out of the House next year, are looking to switch seats in 2018, though former Rep. Adam Kwasman may jump into the Senate side of the race, blocking what otherwise would be an open ...

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Don’t wait for a bailout that may never come (access required)

Joel Edman, executive director of the Arizona Advocacy Network, told our reporter Monday that running a ballot initiative to undo Laws 2017, Chapter 52 (H2404: initiatives; circulators; signature collection; contests) and any other legislative attack on the initiative process isn’t ...

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With or without you (access required)

Not everyone in the nascent coalition that is forming to oppose Laws 2017, Chapter 52 (H2404: initiatives; circulators; signature collection; contests) agrees with Arizona Wins’ decision to forsake a referendum and ballot measure in favor of campaigning against lawmakers who ...

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Referendum threat ends with a whimper (access required)

Sarah Michelsen, director of Democratic advocacy group Arizona Wins, said her coalition won’t attempt a citizen referendum against Laws 2017, Chapter 52 (H2404: initiatives; circulators; signature collection; contests) and instead will focus on ousting lawmakers who supported the bill. To ...

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Reagan’s primary challenger revealed (access required)

Reagan will have a primary challenger in 2018 after Montenegro announced today that he’s running for secretary of state. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the March 30 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow Sheet Subscription Required). To ...

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Not all records are meant to be public (access required)

Reagan wants a federal judge to put the brakes on Maricopa County’s settlement agreement with Project Vote, arguing in a court filing that the agreement doesn’t adequately protect victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and others whose addresses are ...

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