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You keep saying that, but…

Questions about what is and is not fair for candidates were of primary importance to CCEC staff and commissioners yesterday, but in court, their attorneys appear to have made a conscious effort recently to dodge those terms. Before yesterday's emergency meeting, Commissioner Gary Scaramazzo told our reporter he was upset by the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to stop matching funds from being distributed during the 2010 election cycle.

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Barnes says the damnest things

In an interview this week with our reporter, Barnes gave an unusual take on the illegal immigration debate, saying that Democrats continue to push for amnesty to replenish a voter base decimated by the effects of Roe v. Wade.

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Mills’ camp says Prop. 100 not a Brewer victory

Mills' consultant Camilla Strongin said she wasn't surprised at all to see the sales tax increase sail to an easy victory - and added Brewer's near constant urging for the measure will come back to haunt the governor in the GOP primary. "I think it clearly solidifies her credentials as a tax-hike governor," she said. Strongin attributed the election night blowout to the total lack of an opposition campaign and a combination of "misinformation and scare tactics."

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Early voter stats for Maricopa County

Maricopa County elections officials forecast that 30 percent of the county's 1.8 million registered voters will cast ballots for the sales tax special election. Karen Osborne, county elections director, attributed the high estimate to the large number of registered early voters and the degree of interest in the sales tax referendum. Roughly 700,000 Maricopa County voters receive early ballots in the mail. So far, 490,000 early ballots have been returned, said Osborne, who predicted the county will receive an additional 100,000 early ballots by tomorrow night.

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