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Clean Elections opens the door for you (access required)

In 1998 Arizona voters decided that they should hold the power in the political process and enacted Clean Elections. The success of the Clean Elections program has been undeniable, with 70 percent of today's legislative and statewide officeholders participating in the Clean Elections system at least once.

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Clean Elections lawyer tells judge Quelland ‘cheated’ the system (access required)

The appeal of a May order to remove Rep. Doug Quelland from office started Aug. 6 as attorneys for the Citizens Clean Elections Commission and the Phoenix lawmaker squared off in front of an administrative law judge. Peter Limperis, an attorney hired by the commission, began opening arguments with a stark reminder that Quelland once stood as a strong supporter of Arizona's publicly funded elections.

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Election law stymied at the end

Amendments yesterday (July 1) to state election law (H2603, substituted on floor with S1087) crashed and burned in the Senate as a negotiated fix-up for Clean Elections missed its necessary three-quarter majority. Now, lawmakers would have to get approval from Brewer to resurrect the idea in a special session...

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Clean Elections system represents democracy at work (access required)

Arizona voters adopted the Clean Elections system of funding elections to increase public participation in government in a number of ways — to increase the number of candidates running for office, to increase the number of citizens involved in campaigns and to increase discussion of the issues.

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