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Reagan takes a spin in the hot seat

Channel 12’s Brahm Resnik grilled Reagan yesterday on “Sunday Square Off,” and the Republican candidate struggled to counter the host’s pointed questions. After lobbing a softball question about Reagan’s big ideas for changing the way the state runs elections, Resnik quickly moved on to the subject of voter fraud and seized on Reagan’s position...

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Who cares about what actually happened?

60 Plus Association, a dark money group active in Arizona, is wading into the secretary of state’s race with less than two weeks left before Election Day. The group bought $300,000 worth of airtime in cable and broadcast for an ad targeting Goddard, the group’s spokesman, Gerry Scimeca, told our reporter this morning (Oct. 24).

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Sound and fury signifying…

For all the claims that Prop 122 will liberate Arizona from the federal government and the counterclaims that it will lead the state into a purgatory of sorts that would hamper the enforcement of federal laws, some legal experts say the constitutional amendment would have effectively no effect on anything at all.

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Mystery theater at the Capitol

The Capitol community is buzzing today over DOA Director Brian McNeil’s firing, and while rumors are rampant, no one is quite sure what led to the longtime Brewer loyalist’s sudden downfall. The Ninth Floor described the reason for McNeil’s ouster as a “personnel matter,” but wouldn’t elaborate.

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Poll 1: Ducey up, Brno up bigger

The Arizona Free Enterprise Club today released its first poll since late September, and its results are largely the same, at least when it comes to the governor’s race. Ducey led DuVal 43 percent to 36 percent, with 5 percent going to Libertarian Barry Hess, 2 percent going to Americans Elect nominee John Lewis Mealer and 14 percent undecided.

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Waving the white flag

While Sedwick’s ruling wasn’t all that surprising – he had hinted he would rule this way and issued rulings in related cases indicating he believed the ban was unconstitutional – Horne’s subsequent announcement this morning that he wouldn’t appeal the ruling was somewhat unexpected

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All that, and whatever else we find

Collins’ recommendation for Forese and Little includes a lengthy footnote on page 11 that makes clear the CCEC investigation could go far beyond the scope of the possible violations identified in the previous pages. In the footnote, Collins noted that the definition of “contribution” includes goods or services provided at no charge or at a discounted rate.

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Special session not needed, apparently

DOR last week decided to put part of Brewer’s 2013 TPT reform package on hold for a year. In an Oct. 7 letter to League of Arizona Cities and Towns Executive Director Ken Strobeck, DOR Director David Raber said the agency is delaying the implementation of the single point of administration provision for one year

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