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Allies of Phoenix mayor battle recall effort (access required)

It's a political oddity: A TV commercial extolling the public safety record of a sitting mayor, except the spot isn't explicitly soliciting votes and the politician isn't scheduled to appear on this year's ballot. The commercial in question promotes Phoenix ...

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Navajo Council to meet for summer session (access required)

WINDOW ROCK – The Navajo Nation Council's summer session starts Monday, and among the items to be considered are a ban on the use of commercial tobacco, more than $13 million in spending measures and a proposal to reduce the ...

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Incumbents raise more than House challengers (access required)

Money is pouring into the campaigns of Arizona incumbents running for re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives. In the second quarter, U.S. Reps. John Shadegg, Harry Mitchell and Gabrielle Giffords widened their financial advantage according to numbers released from ...

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Napolitano against pay raise for AZ legislators (access required)

A proposal to raise Arizona legislators' annual salary won't be getting a ”yes'' vote from Gov. Janet Napolitano. Proposition 300 on the November ballot would raise the current annual salary of $24,000 to $30,000. That's a smaller increase than ones ...

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Bush/Bee fundraiser nets about $500,000 (access required)

President Bush's July 18 visit to Tucson to help Tim Bee raise funds netted an estimated $500,000, according to Bee's campaign. The campaign is calling the event the largest fundraiser in Tucson history. Final numbers will be released on the ...

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