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If he wins, he can afford those big-boy pants

Nearly a year after he was forced to quit the Senate, Bundgaard has filed a lawsuit against the City of Phoenix, claiming city employees colluded to ruin his reputation and his political and economic future, and the police portrayed him as the abuser rather than the victim of the scuffle he had with his then-girlfriend in February 2011.

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Tobin: talk is cheap

Campbell’s proposed bipartisan panel to study the 2012 elections may not get off the ground. Tobin told our reporter yesterday that, if Campbell wants to work with Republicans, he should stop bashing them first.

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First the IRC, then the CCEC

When the CCEC goes to the Legislature next session, it will have a new face representing it: Ballard Spahr attorney Joe Kanefield, whose firm recently won the bid for the Clean Elections lobbying contract.

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It’s not what you think

Mesa Mayor Scott Smith told our reporter today that a Wednesday fundraiser was aimed at repaying money he loaned himself for his 2008 campaign, not raising money for a potential run for governor in 2014.

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AZGOP to Boehner: you betrayed us

On Tuesday, Morrissey used the bully pulpit afforded to state party chairs to defend Schweikert after the congressman was removed from the prized Financial Services Committee amid allegations that the move was retribution for his being “too conservative” for US House GOP leadership.

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