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A losing strategy: Arizona is not an ice cream shop

Gov. Doug Ducey delivers his inaugural address Jan. 5 at  the state Capitol.  (Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer)

We know that Arizona’s budget is facing a $1 billion shortfall and the state has been court-ordered to pay $317 million to schools. We also know that while other states are rebounding from the recession, Arizona’s employment rate and economic recovery continue to lag behind others.

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Dem chair: 2014 not a total loss

Arizona Democratic Party Chairman Bill Roe said he hasn’t made up his mind yet on whether to seek a second term. Roe told our reporter he will make his decision after talking to more people, and he wants to wait until the election results are finalized and the party has more data so it can make a deeper analysis of how it fared.

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Campbell mulling Dem party chair run

Campbell had some harsh words yesterday (Nov. 6) about his party’s future and what he feels it must to do reverse its massive losses from the 2014 election, and he may soon try to do something about it.

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