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The positive calm before the negative storm

There is no shortage of material the Republican CD5 candidates could use as the basis for attacks on each other, but the race has so far been genteel, largely devoid of name-calling and mudslinging that are often hallmarks of hotly contested primaries.

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So much for party unity (access required)

Ted Cruz’s non-endorsement of Trump in his speech at the convention last night and Trump supporters’ reaction to it have eclipsed all other events at the RNC, and the high drama on the convention floor is reopening wounds that had ...

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Ward unleashed (access required)

Buoyed by an exceptionally friendly crowd, Ward praised Trump and denounced McCain at Citizens for Trump’s “America First” rally in Cleveland on Monday. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the July 21 Yellow Sheet Report, go ...

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The system can’t handle complex stuff (access required)

The legal challenge to the marijuana legalization initiative contains several arguments, but for elected officials opposed to it, the crux is this: Voters don’t understand what the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol intends to do. To read more on ...

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In the kingdom of fundraising, McSally is king (access required)

McSally once again retains her crown as “Best Fundraiser” in the quarterly congressional campaign finance reports, and her $983,000 second quarter haul is nearly $300,000 more than her closest competitor, Sinema, who collected $698,000. For the cycle, McSally has raised ...

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