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Mobilize the troops

One reader noted that the Arizona Republican Party's declaration last month that it will support Pearce in a recall election, even if that means opposing other Republican candidates, likely won't have as much impact during the election as a resolution passed in May by the Maricopa County Republican Committee.

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Welcome to my nightmare

Republicans are still reeling from the IRC's selection Wednesday of Strategic Telemetry as its mapping consultant and are starting to talk about the gloom-and-doom scenarios that could result when the panel draws its maps.

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IRC lightning strikes GOP twice

Republican voters showed up in droves to today's IRC meeting in Tucson and spoke out, emotionally at times, against yesterday's selection of Strategic Telemetry as its mapping consultant.

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Regents to unveil plan overhauling university funding system (access required)

Arizona is about to consider a funding concept for its three universities that has shown spotty results, but which is re-emerging as the system of choice for legislatures around the nation. The Arizona Board of Regents is set to unveil a detailed plan in early July that will serve as the foundation for legislation to transform the funding system from enrollment-based to performance-based.

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