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Done deal…probably

Landrum Taylor said she has a lock on at least seven votes in her race to become the Democratic leader next year. If Democrats get 13 seats in her chamber (as most observers estimate), that would be enough to thwart any challenge to her.

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No holding back

Antenori lived up to his reputation as a warrior-politician this weekend, blasting his critics in a scorched-earth speech to a crowd of adoring fans at a Tucson park on Saturday.

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Done and done

The secretary of state’s office has concluded that the No New Taxes, No on Prop 204 committee didn’t violate any campaign finance laws as alleged in a complaint last month.

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So much for strategery

Some Dems are furious that Lopez joined forces with Lewis last week to oppose the US Dept of Commerce’s plan to end its agreement with Mexico to import that country’s tomatoes, given that Lewis is engaged in a tough campaign against Ableser.

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Watch out for mirages

Scottsdale economist Jim Rounds told the FAC that he’s seeing some decent rates of growth, but things might stall a little bit in the next few months given the uncertainty in DC and people holding back on spending.

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Talking the talk

A week after he agreed to a lone debate with Sinema on Arizona Horizon, Parker on Monday told radio talk show host Barry Young that he wants to debate Sinema in an “open forum” where their supporters can attend and people can ask the candidates questions.

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