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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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Reporter: DuVal doesn’t deserve ‘tar brush’

Kevin Chaffee, the former Washington Times reporter who wrote the 2001 article on notorious lobbyist Edward von Kloberg III’s farewell party for DuVal that was cited yesterday (Oct. 9) by the Arizona Republican Party, confirmed that the party was at the lobbyist’s double penthouse in DC.

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Double-digit doom for DuVal?

A poll conducted by online polling firm YouGov on behalf of CBS News and The New York Times’ vertical TheUpshot entered the public domain this morning, and it was nothing but good news for Ducey. The poll of 2,808 self-identified likely voters, conducted Sept. 20 through Oct. 1, found Ducey with a 10-point lead, 47 percent to 37 percent.

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It’s even worse than we said

Friday’s report detailed how Little’s newly amended June 30 campaign finance report now shows his campaign bank account dipping below zero on March 12 and not coming into the black for five days, but our analysis was incomplete – and is far worse for Little.

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Was it BOGO day at the sign shop?

One detail included in attorney Lee Miller’s response to the complaints against Forese and Little arched many a political observer’s eyebrow: The declaration that the candidates purchased 600 signs at a cost of $12,972, or $21.62 per sign.

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Behind the signatures (access required)

Attorney Lee Miller said that yesterday’s report on Forese and Little’s payments for signature gathering made some wildly off-base assumptions, and, as a result, jumped to erroneous legal conclusions.

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