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Horne drops $200K, CCEC votes 4-0 to appeal

Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne today confirmed a long circulating rumor that he will show more than $200,000 in campaign contributions when he files his campaign finance report next week. He told our reporter that his report, which covers all of 2009, will show about $205,000 in contributions.

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Rabago officially in AG race

The Democratic field for the 2010 attorney general's race appears to be set after former Assistant Attorney General Vince Rabago officially launched his campaign on Jan. 20.

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Rabago files for AG run (access required)

Assistant Attorney General Vince Rabago filed on Jan. 15 to run for attorney general. Rabago, a prosecutor at the attorney general's Tucson office, filed to run as a traditionally funded candidate. He is the third Democrat to jump into the race.

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Thomas AG declaration

The biggest question surrounding resign-to-run this year is what would happen in the event that Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas officially declares his candidacy by filing nominating petitions for attorney general.

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Manning bows out of AG race (access required)

After months of flirting with a run for office, Phoenix attorney Michael C. Manning announced that he will not run for attorney general. Manning announced his decision in a letter on Dec. 8. Manning said he believes he would win the race, but decided against a run over concerns about what would happen to his law firm, Stinson, Morrison, Hecker LLP. He said a number of colleagues presented him with a signed petition about a month ago, asking him not to run.

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Arpaio foe Manning eying AG run (access required)

Phoenix attorney Michael C. Manning, a vocal critic of Sheriff Joe Arpaio who has twice won multimillion dollar settlements in lawsuits against the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, is considering a run for Arizona attorney general.

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Rabago will decide on AG race by year’s end

Assistant Attorney General Vince Rabago acknowledged that he is among the ever expanding group of people who are eying the 2010 AG's race. Rabago, an assistant AG in Attorney General Terry Goddard's Tucson office, has not yet filed an exploratory committee or made a decision to run, but said he will decide by the end of the year.

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