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Capitol Quotes 1/8 (access required)

"This is one of those strange things where I actually agree with former Gov. Napolitano." - State Treasurer Dean Martin, on his attempt to bill the federal government $1 billion for the cost of incarcerating illegal immigrants.

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The Pulse: Governor’s race about to heat up (access required)

Northern Arizona businessman Buz Mills just dropped $2 million into a gubernatorial bid. Every pundit in town is preparing for the Terry Goddard administration. And Tucson attorney John Munger keeps talking up his fundraising abilities in his quest to be Arizona's chief executive.

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Brewer: ‘We did it’

It's not Buz Mills money, but Gov. Jan Brewer told supporters via e-mail today (Jan. 5) that she has successfully collected more than 5,500 $5 contributions to qualify for Clean Elections funding. In an e-mail titled "We did it!" Brewer also says she has collected $51,240 in seed money.

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Brewer appoints Colangelo, other business leaders to new council

Gov. Jan Brewer has appointed a new council focused on spurring economic development and growth in Arizona. The Governor's Commerce Advisory Council, comprised of business leaders across the state including former Phoenix Suns and Arizona Diamonbacks owner Jerry Colangelo and Pinnacle West/APS CEO Don Brandt, is scheduled to present its findings and proposed plan during the first quarter of 2010.

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Capitol Quotes 12/25 (access required)

"It appears to be a flagrant abuse of power." - Felecia Rotellini, Democrat candidate for attorney general, on Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas' decision to file a federal lawsuit that alleges several county judges have conspired to thwart his investigations.

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Wealthy candidates might aid Brewer in primary (access required)

Robert Graham and Owen "Buz" Mills lack the electoral résumés, name identification and deep-rooted political ties that most gubernatorial candidates rely on. They are hoping their experience in the private sector, and the deep pockets that have come with it, will make up for it.

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