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Judge to hear Quelland’s case this week

The Citizens Clean Elections Commission’s decision to remove Rep. Doug Quelland from office will be contested this week before an administrative law judge. On Aug. 3, attorneys representing the commission and Quelland filed a list of witnesses and exhibits they ...

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Teeing up the topic of state government (access required)

For their annual meeting, Arizona Town Hall officials asked me to answer the question “Is state government responsive to Arizona’s needs?” Considering my position as the leader of a non-partisan news organization, I thought it better to offer five topics that ...

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CCEC clears Munsil, moves forward against Napolitano (access required)

Len Munsil (File photo by Bill Coates) The Citizens Clean Elections Commission dismissed a complaint filed against Republican gubernatorial candidate Len Munsil, but opted to move forward with an inquiry into a complaint against Governor Napolitano’s reelection campaign. By 3-2 ...

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Clean Elections Timeline (access required)

June 29, 1998: Arizonans for Clean Elections files 187,206 signatures to put the Clean Elections Act on the November 1998 ballot. Oct. 22, 1998: A lawsuit filed with the Arizona Supreme Court that threatens to keep Clean Elections Act (Prop. ...

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Who runs Clean elections? (access required)

Todd Lang Todd Lang — Executive director Citizens, Clean Elections Commission Chair Marcia Busching — Democrat from Maricopa County appointed in 2003 by Governor Janet Napolitano. Term is set to expire in 2008. Ermila Jolley — Democrat from Yuma County ...

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Clean Elections panel OKs Hispanic outreach program (access required)

The Citizens Clean Elections Commission has approved a Spanish media outreach program to educate the Arizona’s Hispanic population about the state’s voter approved system of using public money to fund election campaigns for legislative and statewide offices. The panel agreed ...

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