Three leading candidates for governor are seeing the vaunted business backgrounds that they’ve campaigned on being used against them. Doug Ducey, Christine Jones and Scott Smith are campaigning to various degrees on their success in the business world.Read More »
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Doug Ducey’s extensive fundraising may not be enough to keep up with prolific advertising, according to a recent campaign finance report.Read More »
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin endorsed Doug Ducey in the crowded GOP primary for governor, making her the most recent in a string of high-profile national Republicans to back the treasurer in the six-way race.Read More »
GOP gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones decried a disparaging comment that rival Doug Ducey made about her business experience as sexist, and said the state treasurer is being a “misogynistic jerk.”Read More »
The Pro-Jones Better Leaders for Arizona is releasing its second TV ad this week. While its first commercial hit Ducey over several issues, including “dark money” attacks on Jones and his tenure at Cold Stone, the second ad hammers Ducey solely on Cold Stone’s failures...Read More »
An Arizona conservative group released an ad Monday attacking GOP gubernatorial candidate Doug Ducey, alleging that Ducey has ties to attack ads from dark money groups that are smearing other candidates for governor.Read More »
There has been little about Doug Ducey’s gubernatorial campaign that would lead one to believe he has only been exploring the race, but that label officially came off as the state treasurer formally announced his bid for Arizona’s highest office.Read More »
State Treasurer Doug Ducey filed an exploratory committee for the 2014 governor’s race, taking the first steps toward his widely expected candidacy for the state’s highest office.Read More »
Final campaign spending reports from the 2010 election season revealed desperation by ultimately unsuccessful candidates who loaned their campaigns large amounts of money, as well as aggressive spending by winning candidates who likely didn’t need it.Read More »
Polling on Arizona’s statewide races has consistently shown GOP candidates on top, and Republicans are optimistic that the anti-Democratic mood sweeping the state and the country will give them total control of state government.
Only a couple of relatively competitive races stand between Republicans and their first sweep of Arizona’s six statewide offices since 1994, not including the Corporation Commission.