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Hospitals get active

Health care industry leaders are coalescing behind McComish, Lewis, Crandall, Worsley and Pierce. And it’s all tied to the race for Senate president, one Capitol railbird told our reporter. The source said health care industry leaders in August attended a joint fundraiser in Phoenix for the candidates.

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Mitchell case – the political route

If Jones’ attorney is rebuffed by the courts over the challenge to Mitchell’s residency, the firebrand lawyer plans to shift gears and take the political route. Tom Ryan said he’ll take his case to the House Credentialing Committee, a panel invested with the authority to vet incoming lawmakers’ qualifications and recommend whether they should be seated.

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Put your feet up, relax

Team ACA Executive Director Don Cardon said the organization’s decision to pay for Brewer and Eileen Klein’s seat upgrades during the trade delegation to France and Germany was as much about business as it was about comfort.

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Carpetbaggers, beware

Even after his big win yesterday, Tom Ryan isn’t finished with his mission to clean up the state, one carpetbagger at a time. “Mr. Montenegro should look over his shoulder – seriously,” he told our reporter at Starbucks next to the courthouse yesterday, while still high on his victory.

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Prop 204 hits airwaves

In its first TV ad, the campaign backing Prop 204 seeks to paint Arizona’s lawmakers as having little sympathy for students, making it necessary for voters to approve the proposed 1-cent sales tax.

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Armchair lawyering

Two Republicans with experience in elections litigation who watched yesterday’s hearing said it is difficult to guess which way Oberbillig is leaning, but both agreed that Jones and Ryan have to clear such a high hurdle that it may not be possible to convince the judge to overturn an election.

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Querard takes fire for Mitchell

The connections between Mitchell and Cortes were also the theme of Laurie Roberts’ column in this morning’s Republic. Roberts said the architect of both schemes is “the guru of right-wing politicians,” Constantin Querard.

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Of course an Arizonan is involved

National Journal reported yesterday that Jeff Loyd, who chaired the Gila County GOP in 2009 and 2010, is at the center of a fundraising scheme that has tongues in DC wagging and has sparked concerns that the effort will ultimately hurt GOP candidates.

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