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She is the one who knocks

The commission meeting opened with an address from Reagan, who expressed concern with the proposal. Reagan told the commission that there’s a place for Clean Elections in Arizona and that, in order to respect the will of the voters who approved the Clean Elections Act, it’s her duty to work with the commission.

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Reagan seeking to modernize state laws

Reagan is planning a series of policy discussions to help hash out a 2016 legislative agenda that will include major overhauls in three key areas: the secretary of state’s election procedures manual, which governs all elections in the state; election laws, with an emphasis on campaign finance issues; and lobbyist registration and disclosure laws.

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Reagan: CCEC making ‘brazen power grab’

Reagan lambasted the Clean Elections Commission in response to its proposed rule change aimed at cracking down on dark-money-funded “convenience corporations.” The secretary of state was acerbic in accusing the commission of overstepping its boundaries.

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Secretary Reagan misses the point

Robbie Sherwood

It looks like we touched a nerve. Recently the Arizona Advocacy Foundation led a coalition of non-partisan groups to produce an in-depth study of our state’s most recent election in the wake of the United States Supreme Court’s gutting of the Voting Rights Act.

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