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Challenge to Orr’s nominating signatures dropped (access required)

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The Pima County Recorder’s Office on Friday determined that Republican Rep. Ethan Orr has sufficient signatures to qualify for the ballot, leading former Pima County Democratic Chair Jeff Rogers to drop his lawsuit challenging Orr’s nominating petitions and assuring Orr’s place on the Republican primary election ballot.

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Moderate Republicans challenge conservative party mates in battle for soul of GOP (access required)

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The battle over the heart and soul of the Republican Party is raging in a beige, West Valley ballroom. Republican Reps. Darin Mitchell and Steve Montenegro sit on the stage with Litchfield Park City Councilwoman Diane Landis, a Republican who is challenging the incumbent team in the primary election for one of the two House seats in Legislative District 13.

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Well, which one is it?

In the same breath that she said the name-change issue concerning Gallego has “been put to rest,” Wilcox insisted last night (June 12) at an LD24 meeting that there nonetheless “still are questions” because he has used both Gallego and Marinelarena “several times” since legally changing his surname in 2008.

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Gold’s 1912 Buick Racer

Gold’s 1912 Buick Racer

Martin Gold arrived in the Valley around 1880 after emigrating from what was then the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Gold was part of a generation that seemingly lived to work, and in less than two generations, the efforts of men like him transformed a wasteland into the city of Phoenix.

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