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Cherny’s claims about treasurer’s office unfounded

Cherny yesterday held a press conference on the Senate lawn calling on Martin to disclose how the state's education endowment is invested. For all anyone knew, Cherny said, the money could be going "from our state's schoolchildren into the stocks and corporate bonds of bailed-out banks and the biggest companies on Wall Street."

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Quelland plays dumb about old endorsements

Quelland is claiming to have endorsements from people and advocacy groups who are, in fact, endorsing his opponents in the LD10 House race. In fact, of the seven endorsements listed on his website, only one - U.S. Rep. Trent Franks - confirmed to Yellow Sheet the endorsement was valid.

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Could you pass the syrup and not run for CD3?

Steve Moak said Dan Quayle tried to talk him out of the CD3 race, presumably to clear the path for Quayle's son, Ben. Moak told our reporter that Quayle made the request over breakfast at a Scottsdale resort earlier this year, and even encouraged him to run for something a little lower down the totem pole.

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Gorman gunning for congress

Gorman's campaign in the crowded CD3 race is invisible no longer after she has gained national attention for a 43-second Web campaign video that shows her firing several guns, including an automatic rifle.

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Another day, another AZ law goes before SCOTUS

News this morning that the U.S. Supreme Court would hear an appeal of Arizona's employer sanctions law (Laws 2007, Chapter 279) was hailed as a minor victory by both proponents and critics of the law. Pearce told our reporter he believes the high court, by a 6-3 or 5-4 vote, will uphold the law as constitutional. "We've won at every level," he said, adding that upholding the law will allow for employer sanctions to "become the law of the land."

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