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Shooting for the stars

Campbell’s press conference yesterday at which he unveiled his proposals for curbing school violence is being viewed nearly universally as less about public policy and more about his gubernatorial aspirations.

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Abstaining on principle

One of Salmon’s allies told our reporter that his abstention last week during the election of John Boehner to a second term as speaker of the US House, followed by his appearance on “Face the Nation” over the weekend, is a sign of things to come.

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Only 2 years until election day

The Republic released the results of the poll conducted over the weekend on the 2014 AG’s race that was mentioned in yesterday’s report, and the early numbers look good for Goddard. The poll of 601 voters, conducted by Public Policy Polling from Jan. 4-6, shows Goddard beating Horne 50-38 with 12 percent undecided.

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Not quite a trial balloon

Brewer is still being tight-lipped about her plans for AHCCCS restoration or expansion, but she made it clear today that she’s still looking for a way to restore the funding that was cut in the depths of the recession.

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Embrace hostile elements

Alberto Gutier, the longtime sergeant-at-arms of the Arizona Republican Party and director of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, made an emphatic plea for his party to embrace diversity and welcome even discordant and “hostile” elements.

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Kavanagh eyes Senate

Kavanagh wasted little time in making campaign plans for 2014 following Reagan’s decision to explore running for secretary of state, and he has opened a committee for Reagan’s LD23 Senate seat.

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What, me retaliate?

Ugenti today flatly rejected the charge that vengeance is her motivation for two pieces of legislation that are seemingly aimed at the League of Cities and Towns.

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No ceasefire during Christmas

On Christmas Eve, the establishment camp of the LD25 GOP filed a complaint against the Maricopa County Republican Party, the party’s ad hoc investigative committee, and its chairman, Rob Haney, and asked a federal court to ensure that the district party officers who were elected last month are seated.

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