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Make yourself at home

State Sen. John Huppenthal ruffled some feathers in the state GOP and drew the ire of the Saguaro High School administration after he drilled holes in the school auditorium's wall Friday morning to hang his massive campaign banner.

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Horne drops $200K, CCEC votes 4-0 to appeal

Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne today confirmed a long circulating rumor that he will show more than $200,000 in campaign contributions when he files his campaign finance report next week. He told our reporter that his report, which covers all of 2009, will show about $205,000 in contributions.

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Proposed order bans matching funds

Nearing the 5:00 end-of-the-business-day deadline, Circuit Court Judge Roslyn Silver issued a proposed order banning matching funds. But it isn't the final word on whether the funds will be passed out to Clean Elections candidates in 2010.

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What would Grover do?

Back when Martin was still in the Senate, a handful of people gathered in the Ice Cream Parlor of the old Capitol for a meeting he organized with Grover Norquist, sometimes referred to by Democrats as Arizona's shadow governor.

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Martin is running, right?

State Treasurer Dean Martin's campaign has confirmed what we'd been hearing: A Wednesday press conference with a "major announcement." The event will be held in front of a closed Motorola plant in East Phoenix, and who could imagine Martin would pick such a location to announce he's not running for governor?

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Brewer: ‘We did it’

It's not Buz Mills money, but Gov. Jan Brewer told supporters via e-mail today (Jan. 5) that she has successfully collected more than 5,500 $5 contributions to qualify for Clean Elections funding. In an e-mail titled "We did it!" Brewer also says she has collected $51,240 in seed money.

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Thomas AG declaration

The biggest question surrounding resign-to-run this year is what would happen in the event that Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas officially declares his candidacy by filing nominating petitions for attorney general.

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‘Let’s move on’

At the end of the presser, Sen. John McCain was asked about a challenge from former congressman J.D. Hayworth - and possibly even from Janet Napolitano. "I don't think any campaign I've ever been in should be taken for granted," said McCain. "I work hard, I campaign hard and I hope to earn the votes of the citizens of Arizona."

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Napolitano’s wordplay

Janet Napolitano is taking heat for comments she made following the attempted-attack on Christmas Day aboard a Detroit-bound Northwest Airlines flight. Even though airport security played no role in preventing the attack, Napolitano said on television over the weekend that "the important thing to recognize here is that once this incident occurred, everything happened that should have.

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