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Yes, all the expected incumbents filed

With the dust settled after yesterday’s deadline to submit nominating petitions, it appears as though 219 candidates have filed to run for legislative, statewide and federal offices. There are 7 statewide candidates (a low figure, but there are only three Corp Comm seats on the ballot this year), 171 legislative candidates and 41 federal candidates.

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This utility wants your $11

APS wants to increase residential customers’ electric bills by about $11 each month, as well as overhaul the way it calculates them. Under a rate case filed with the Corp Comm today, the utility is seeking to move most residential customers from a two-part rate to a three-part rate, which would include a demand component.

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Reagan’s response: Don’t blame us (access required)

In a report summarizing its internal investigation into how 200,000 publicity pamphlets for the May 17 special election were mailed weeks late, Reagan’s office said the problem was caused by faulty information provided by IBM, which had been the vendor ...

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Also, your doughnut is in the mail (access required)

Barto’s amendment to a Ducey-backed bill might have come back to bite her after one of her bills reached the governor’s desk. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the May 24 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow ...

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Does the coalition have an expiration date? (access required)

In pushing Prop 123, Ducey cobbled together a diverse coalition of business interests, education advocates, and policymakers from all sides of the political spectrum. But will the coalition last, now that the reason for its convergence has been successful? To ...

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