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When it comes to ethics, local Republican Party has nothing to offer

When it comes to ethics, local Republican Party has nothing to offer

There is a distinct possibility that Arizona Corporation Commissioner Bob Stump may have engaged in illegal campaign coordination. To find out if he has, a group called the Checks and Balances Project is inquiring into Stump’s text communications with campaigns and the utilities he regulates. As a result, Republicans have launched an attack ad trying to discredit the investigation through good ol’ fashioned shooting the messenger.

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Graham re-elected state GOP chairman (access required)

Graham re-elected state GOP chairman <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/12/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

Arizona Republicans re-elected their chairman in a landslide, urged their party to close its primary elections to independents and got a surprise visit from U.S. Sen. John McCain, who was both cheered and jeered by the party faithful.

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It’s a two-way contest for AZGOP chairman

Republicans kept their majorities in the Arizona House and Senate and swept all statewide races, but for some party activists, the election results weren’t a reason for celebration. Rather, it was a cause for dissatisfaction, which was enough to compel some to conclude it’s time to replace state party chairman Robert Graham.

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