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Captain Al sends distress call

Melvin appears to be setting the stage for an early exit from the gubernatorial race. In an email to supporters, Melvin pleaded for $5 contributions to qualify for public financing and thereby make his run viable.

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Heavy hitters pledge big bucks for DuVal

More than 100 business, labor, political and campaign figures met at the Biltmore yesterday afternoon for a DuVal campaign finance meeting that yielded more than $1 million in fundraising commitments, according to the campaign and other attendees.

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He should fire his attorney

Chavez’s need of legal representation was painfully clear during his roughly hour-long hearing. After his motion to delay the case because of his lack of an attorney and stated need for medical treatment from Veterans Affairs was denied, Chavez frequently needed Rea’s guidance as he questioned the validity of evidence, took the stand to provide testimony and submitted exhibits of his own.

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Well, which one is it?

In the same breath that she said the name-change issue concerning Gallego has “been put to rest,” Wilcox insisted last night (June 12) at an LD24 meeting that there nonetheless “still are questions” because he has used both Gallego and Marinelarena “several times” since legally changing his surname in 2008.

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Discriminating taste

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce today (July 10) endorsed 39 legislative candidates. Unsurprisingly, many supported the business community’s position to expand Medicaid, such as Brophy McGee and Driggs, and helped to kill legislation against Common Core.

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Put this poll in your pipe and smoke it

Rose+Moser+Allyn Public and Online Relations released a poll today showing Ducey with a double-digit lead in the GOP primary for governor. The live-caller poll of 400 self-identified likely Republican primary voters had the majority of respondents undecided.

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All the spontaneity of a flash mob

Ducey joined the chorus of outrage over US Customs and Border Protection busing more than 1,000 illegal immigrants caught in Texas, most of whom are from Central America, and dropping them off at bus stations in Phoenix and Tucson.

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