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Direct it straight to the dead letter office (access required)

House majority spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham is dismissing Meyer and Rios’ ethics complaint as “nothing more than highly partisan political smearing in an election year.” Grisham told the Republic that the “first sentence of their complaint tells you all you need to know ...

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Need a dark money group? (access required)

The Arizona Free Enterprise Club denied allegations it faced after the last election that its unprecedented level of campaign spending qualified it as a political committee, and the Form 990 it filed with the IRS for that year bolsters its ...

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No money, no revolution (access required)

The Open and Honest Coalition, which is spearheading twin efforts to require dark money disclosure and create a nonpartisan top-two primary system, dropped a bombshell today by announcing that it is suspending its paid signature-gathering efforts. To read more on ...

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Let’s play a game called spot the CD1 candidates

Begay has jumped into the CD1 race, ending months of speculation that first gained traction following his decision to switch parties in November of last year. In a statement today, Begay said he wants to continue “being a voice, that’s finally heard, advocating for our resilient, hard-working communities.”

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