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One shy of a six-pack

The secretary of state’s lobbying records this week showed that a Donald “D.J.” Shooter recently registered as a lobbyist for the departments of Financial Institutions and Real Estate.

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Remember to show your work

At yesterday’s IRC meeting, Voting Rights Act consultant Bruce Adelson repeatedly emphasized that DOJ likes to see a lot of debate and discussion about Voting Rights Act districts when contemplating preclearance for new maps.

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Stertz: I don’t trust Mathis

Despite that minimal sign of reconciliation, Stertz told our reporter this morning that he doesn’t trust Mathis. When asked if he trusted the chair, he paused a moment before answering: “No. I’m waiting for actions. Actions speak louder than words.”

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Poll: AZ open to gay marriage

Dem pollster Public Policy Polling today released numbers on the state’s support of gay marriage, and the tea party and Occupy Wall Street movements from its Nov. 17 to Nov. 20 survey of 500 voters it conducted.

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‘Ron Gould Revolution’ coming soon

Gould hasn’t formally announced he is exploring a congressional run in the proposed CD4, but this week he created an exploratory committee with the Federal Elections Commission and he told our reporter today that an announcement is planned for the near future.

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Leap before you look

Some senators are very unhappy with Brewer’s decision to ask the Supreme Court for a detailed opinion on its decision to reinstate Mathis, a chamber source said, identifying Antenori, Biggs and Shooter as those grousing the loudest.

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How the tables turn

Almost 11 years ago to the day, Thomas Zlaket was the chief justice of the Arizona Supreme Court and he apologized to the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments for being unable to free them of the high-profile political duty of creating the pool of potential IRC members.

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