Secretary of State Ken Bennett became the first candidate in the crowded governor’s race to turn in the signatures he needs to get on the ballot and the $5 contributions he needs to qualify for Clean Elections funding.Read More »
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As anticipated, the ads that the Legacy Foundation Action Fund began airing on Friday attack Mesa Mayor Scott Smith for his role as president of the US Conference of Mayors.Read More »
Ducey has made his success as CEO of Cold Stone Creamery a pillar of his gubernatorial campaign, and he reiterated that yesterday with an online video featuring several Cold Stone employees and franchisees who touted his business acumen and promoted his candidacy.Read More »
Republican political consultant Bert Coleman told our reporter yesterday that the results of the latest Public Policy Polling survey are clear evidence that perception and reality starkly differ when it comes to Ducey.Read More »
Mesa Mayor Scott Smith ended his long flirtation with the Republican gubernatorial primary and officially announced his candidacy, likely setting the GOP field for 2014 and setting the stage for a bruising contest.Read More »
A poll shows Secretary of State Ken Bennett as the early favorite in the Republican primary for the 2014 governor’s race, though more than half of the respondents were undecided.
Bennett and Treasurer Doug Ducey also hold narrow leads over presumptive Democratic nominee Fred DuVal in the general election, according to the poll.
Lone Democrat outweighed by crowded Republican field for governor
Next year’s primary is shaping up to be the hottest contest for a Republican gubernatorial nomination in more than 20 years.
Gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones was convicted of drunk driving in 2006.Read More »
Rep. Victoria Steele said House Minority Leader Chad Campbell threatened to kill her legislation and committee assignments next year in retaliation for her endorsement of Fred DuVal in the 2014 governor’s race.Read More »
Resign-to-run will lose much of its luster when a bill from the 2013 session goes into effect, but GOP gubernatorial hopeful Hugh Hallman issued a reminder today that it is still the law of the land. The former Tempe mayor sent out a press release accusing several potential Republican primary opponents of ducking the spirit of the law.Read More »