Jones today (June 4) unveiled her economic development plan, which proposes five pillars – she calls them the 5 Ts: technology, training, transportation, tourism and taxation – that will supplement the traditional drivers of Arizona’s economy over the past century.Read More »
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Republican gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones is looking to shift Arizona’s focus from its traditional five Cs to a “five Ts” plan that she said would move Arizona’s economy forward.Read More »
The first fundraising period of 2014 was a good one for GOP gubernatorial hopefuls Doug Ducey and Scott Smith, who pulled in about $1 million apiece since the start of January.Read More »
Depending on who wins the Republican primary in the hotly contested governor’s race, Arizona may see some major cuts, even the outright elimination, in income taxes.Read More »
A conservative veterans group is running ads attacking GOP gubernatorial hopeful Christine Jones for praising former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton just months after 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi that has become a cause célèbre among Republicans.Read More »
A former executive for internet company GoDaddy has filed nominating petitions to enter the Republican primary for Arizona governor.Read More »
Jones’ campaign is accusing a pro-Ducey IE of making a false claim in a new ad charging the GOP gubernatorial hopeful of lying about her resume.Read More »
As a primary field becomes more crowded, the portion of votes needed to win the nomination becomes smaller and smaller. With as many as seven or eight Republican gubernatorial candidates on the ballot this year, any advantage can help lead to a win.
For some, the advantage may be geography.
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 »
Jones’ initial TV ad buy actually tops out at roughly $250,000 – not $150,000, as we originally reported – once cable and the Tucson media market are factored in. To read more on this item plus all the stories in ...Read More »