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Goddard’s campaign loses head staffer

Goddard's campaign manager Rodd McLeod has left the campaign. "It's been a great honor to work with the attorney general and be part of this campaign," McLeod told our reporter. "I think we're positioned to do very well in November, particularly when you look at the rough primary on the other side and the infrastructure we have been able to build."

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The sales tax is defensible, but is the syntax?

Following last night's televised debate of Republican candidates for governor, most observers who spoke with YS said they thought Brewer emerged relatively unscathed, despite seeming to struggle at times with the English language. Most memorable: Brewer said "we have did" at least three times, criticized "organized organizations" for spreading misinformation about S1070 and spoke about "unlegal" residents of Arizona.

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Final list of ballot challenges: 16 total

There were 16 ballot challenges to legislative, statewide and congressional candidates filed before yesterday's deadline, a dozen of which came on the final day. Half of those challenges are to Republicans, four are to Dems, two are to Greens and one is to an independent.

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You keep saying that, but…

Questions about what is and is not fair for candidates were of primary importance to CCEC staff and commissioners yesterday, but in court, their attorneys appear to have made a conscious effort recently to dodge those terms. Before yesterday's emergency meeting, Commissioner Gary Scaramazzo told our reporter he was upset by the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to stop matching funds from being distributed during the 2010 election cycle.

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Barnes says the damnest things

In an interview this week with our reporter, Barnes gave an unusual take on the illegal immigration debate, saying that Democrats continue to push for amnesty to replenish a voter base decimated by the effects of Roe v. Wade.

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