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Can Tobin’s campaign keep up with overhead costs?

A deeper look at Tobin’s first congressional campaign finance report reveals that more than one out of every eight dollars he raised can’t be spent in what many expect to be a hotly contested primary. A total of 13 contributors gave more than the $2,600 per election limit set by the FEC, and their excess contributions – which pad his fundraising figures but may only be spent in the 2014 general election – totaled $31,700.

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Subpoenaed lawmakers may be looking for a compromise

Rather than fight the subpoena head on, attorney Kory Langhofer is trying another tack. Langhofer, who was tapped to defend former and current legislators from ACLU’s demand for their private communications, has opened up a line to the ACLU to negotiate the breadth of the subpoena, a legislative source told our reporter this morning.

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Reagan once more stirs the Fiesta Bowl pot

Reagan is looking to solidify her ownership of lobbyist and elections law reform amongst her fellow Republican secretary of state candidates. Following up on her efforts last year to tackle the Fiesta Bowl scandal, the senator is sponsoring a bill this year to make it illegal for lobbyists to spend on lawmakers for athletic events and entertainment.

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Brewer’s tone shifts on Clarence Carter

While Brewer resisted calls for Clarence Carter’s head and defended the embattled DES director last year, the governor was far less committal when our reporter asked her yesterday whether she’s committed to keeping Carter on the job and whether he still has her confidence.

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