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‘Dark money’ group: AZ’s trigger law unconstitutional

The Legacy Foundation Action Fund, an Iowa-based 501(c)(4) tied to consultant and Ducey ally Sean Noble that ran ads in April criticizing Smith for his leadership of the US Conference of Mayors, is suing the Clean Elections Commission and Maricopa County elections officials in response to the complaint filed by Smith’s campaign.

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Shakeup at Free Enterprise Club

In a blog post yesterday on the “dark money” being spent to back J Pierce in the secretary of state race, Republic columnist Laurie Roberts reported that the Arizona Free Enterprise Club recently removed wealthy conservative activists Randy Kendrick and Dean Riesen from its corporate filings.

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The turning tide?

An autodial poll of 411 high-efficacy Republican primary voters shows Ducey and Jones neck-and-neck, with the former GoDaddy executive edging out the treasurer by a nose.

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Doing your own dirty work

Ducey today launched the first candidate-run attack ad of the gubernatorial campaign, hitting Jones for what his campaign deemed “phony” promises regarding border security. “In her TV ads, Christine Jones talks tough on immigration. Jones says she’ll secure the border and make the federal government pay the bill. But Jones is caught on camera admitting that’s not true,” the ad says, followed by footage of Jones talking about her plan to send the federal government an invoice for her border security plan, which she has said will cost about $270 million.

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Damn the legal challenges, full steam ahead!

The Clean Elections Commission today (July 17) unanimously voted to fight Horne’s lawsuit, which is seeking to stop the CCEC from investigating former AG staffer Sarah Beattie’s claims that he and his top aides were using his office as the headquarters of his re-election bid.

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Continuing the narrative

An autodial poll of high-efficacy Republican voters conducted yesterday by GOP political consultant Bert Coleman largely backs up other recent surveys of the gubernatorial field, though it shows Smith within striking distance of both Ducey and Jones.

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Too hot for television

Riggs is going on the airwaves in a way few, if any, candidates for governor have ever gone before: topless. In a new statewide ad that will be airing on cable for at least the next ten days, Riggs declares that he is the “clear choice” for governor because he’s tough enough.

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