Doug Quelland no match for Kimberly Yee
In the end, Doug Quelland didn’t spoil Rep. Kimberly Yee’s party.
Seel hanging on, while Boyer leads in LD20
First-time candidate Republican Paul Boyer is leading the pack and Rep. Carl Seel is hanging on in LD20, a Republican-leaning district that covers part of Glendale and northwest Phoenix.
In web videos, Planned Parenthood pans 5 GOP candidates
The local chapter of Planned Parenthood is firing back through its political action arm after being on the defensive during the last few years.
Dems hoping to oust Seel in GOP-leaning LD20
Republican Rep. Carl Seel started making waves during his few first months in office in 2009 when he walked off the House floor during a speech by Gov. Jan Brewer because she was pushing a one-cent sales tax increase.
Republican Senate candidates hold financial advantage
Republican legislative candidates in hotly-contested races have on the whole stockpiled a bigger war chest than Democrats as November approaches, finance reports filed with the Secretary of State show.
Dems challenge GOP approach to education in District 20 debate
Democrats running in a Republican-leaning West Valley district zeroed in on the majority party’s decision to slash education funding during the fiscal crisis and keep it relatively flat even when the economy began to turn around.
Quelland misses deadline for paying state fines, proposes to pay $20k
Former legislator Doug Quelland has failed to pay the thousands of dollars that he owes the state for violating campaign finance laws.
Boyer, Seel win northwest Phoenix Republican primary
An incumbent and a former legislative staffer won Tuesday in a three-way race in the Legislative District 20 Republican primary. Rep. Carl Seel of Phoenix and Paul Boyer of Phoenix, former House majority spokesman, will face off against Democrats Tonya Norwood and former Rep. Jackie Thrasher in the Nov. 6 general election. Boyer ran away [...]
Arizona Legislative campaign finance round-up
Mesa businessman Bob Worsley has far outraised his primary opponent, former Senate President Russell Pearce, taking in about $67,000 in contributions during the first five months of the year.
Pearce, meanwhile, collected a mere $2,800 during the same period, according to the latest campaign finance reports.
The deadline to file the reports was July 2, and they reflect campaign finances through May 31.
A Fighting Chance: Possible 15-15 split in Senate hinges on 4 key races
After taking advantage of an anti-incumbent mood that swept the nation and secured supermajority control of both chambers of the Arizona Legislature two years ago, Republicans are now poised to lose their veto-proof hold at the state Capitol.
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