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Ralph Heap to Tea Party group: You crossed the line

A series of Sunday night robocalls made by the Alliance for Principled Conservatives was universally criticized by their targets – and the candidates they intended to help. Worsley said while he couldn’t obtain a full recording of the call, he was told that it accused him of criminal activity.

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Mailers grow on trees

In LD27, Miranda raised $15,730, but reported spending no money at all during the same reporting period. About $5,000 of her funds came from political committees, including contributions from the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce and its PAC.

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¡Ay Caramba!

When Huppenthal addressed the media yesterday to discuss the effects of illegal immigration on education spending, the Fourth Estate was quick to question the timing of the event and voice suspicion that the news conference was a shameless attempt at election pandering.

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Have you seen this man?

A new convenience-store surveillance video, which gives more weight to allegations of sign theft involving Robson, merely heightened questions surrounding the mystery man who got in his truck before leaving a Circle K store.

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Penalty flag thrown on Free Enterprise Club spending

Bennett’s office late Friday sent a notice to the AG’s office declaring that it had found reasonable cause to believe that the Arizona Free Enterprise Club is conducting itself as a political committee and has failed to register as such, and in doing so is violating a host of campaign finance laws.

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The bump Scott Smith has been praying for?

Smith is narrowing the gap between him and Ducey, according to a poll commissioned by the former Mesa mayor’s campaign. The live caller poll was conducted by HighGround’s Paul Bentz, who yesterday called voters from Maricopa County who had returned their early ballots.

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