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Goddard unsure how he’ll vote on tax hike (access required)

After 10 months of debate on the issue, Attorney General Terry Goddard, the presumptive Democratic nominee for the governor's race, said he doesn't know whether he'll vote for the temporary one-cent sales tax increase that will go before voters on May 18.

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The quiet candidate: No budget solutions from Goddard so far   (access required)

In a gubernatorial campaign season that has been almost exclusively defined by Arizona's crippling budget crisis, Attorney General Terry Goddard has been the silent candidate. Goddard has had the Democratic nomination locked up for nearly a year. But because he waited until Jan. 22 to become an official candidate, he has been able to avoid issues that don't directly affect his office. As attorney general, it wasn't his duty to provide budget solutions - and he hasn't been eager to offer any.

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Goddard makes it official

Arizona Democrats now officially have a gubernatorial candidate in 2010, as Attorney General Terry Goddard has formally taken the "exploratory" tag off of his committee.

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The Pulse: Call it the Rose Mofford (access required)

No, nobody would be discussing it if the governor was a man. And yes, there's plenty of more important issues facing the state. But that hasn't stopped people from talking about Gov. Jan Brewer's hairdo, on display this week during her State of the State address.

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