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Things that make you go hmmmm…

Dept of Administration records shed some light on the working relationship between the IRC and the State Procurement Office, which cut its ties with the redistricting panel just before the IRC selected its mapping consultant in June.

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Conservative cookout

Gosar's campaign will be hosting a star-studded "family barbecue" fundraiser next month in Prescott. Brewer and conservative talk show host Hugh Hewitt will headline the Aug. 7 event at Granite Creek Park near downtown.

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Put your money on Goliath

Lewis said there were "hundreds [of LD18 voters who] have also offered their financial support" to his campaign, but it appears that the same cannot be said about the Capitol community, which will probably remain hesitant to help Lewis raise money for fear of angering Pearce.

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The irony is just delicious

Chuck Coughlin's comments last week that Republicans ought to side with Pearce or else face retribution from the Republican Party struck one Republican lawmaker as ironic, given Pearce's penchant for relentlessly attacking members of his own party who don't ascribe to his beliefs.

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Education reform idea ‘moving down the track’

A group of business and education advocates that held a meeting in Scottsdale last month to discuss a possible education ballot measure for the 2012 elections has conducted a poll that reportedly shows broad support for a proposal that would restructure how schools are funded - provided there is accountability tied to improving test scores and graduation rates.

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