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Expect no waltz for Biggs in CD5 (access required)

A politically active source in the East Valley assured our reporter yesterday that, despite a number of potential candidates already turning down the opportunity to run in CD5, Biggs will have a primary challenge. “Biggs is not just going to ...

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It’s like winning the lottery

The Capitol community today woke up to a game-changer: After just two consecutive terms, Salmon has decided to retire from Congress. His reason was straightforward: “The most important job I have is that of husband and father, and over the years I’ve missed far too many opportunities to spend time with my family.”

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What’s inefficiency to some

Ducey and lawmakers have perennially touted charter schools’ highest achievements, including the reputation by some as among the best in the country. But a new study by the Grand Canyon Institute, a centrist research group, claims that charters are financially inefficient.

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Source: Pierce is eyeing CD1 (access required)

Pierce is strongly considering jumping into the CD1 race, a Capitol railbird told our reporter yesterday. “Supporters have called to ask him to consider it because the [current] field lacks depth and public appeal,” the source said. To read more ...

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