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  • Napolitano outlines path to citizenship, immigration system overhaul in ASU address

    Agree with her on the issues or not, you have to admit that Janet Napolitano possesses an unmatched perspective on some of Arizona’s most urgent challenges. And whether on the subject of immigration enforcement or balancing security with liberty, Napolitano offered her solutions in a confident, almost matter-of-fact manner Thursday night at ASU.

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  • Another poll, another case of missing information

    Another week, another press release touting poll results that can’t be truly judged by the Fourth Estate because a campaign won’t release any of the data that goes along with the poll other than what they want reported.

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  • Many media outlets duped by bogus polls

    Regardless of what you may have read elsewhere, no one has a decisive lead in the GOP primary race to replace Congressman John Shadegg, who is retiring at the end of the year. There have been three “polls” released by candidates in the race so far, and none of them are worth a lick.

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  • Mills airs first TV ads of governor’s race

    Owen ‘Buz’ Mills put his sizeable war chest to work on Monday (March 8), airing the first television ads of the 2010 governor’s race.

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  • Brewer campaign tags Martin as friend, not foe, of Janet

    State Treasurer Dean Martin’s two most prominent attributes are coming under fire from Gov. Jan Brewer’s campaign, which mocked his persona as Janet Napolitano’s nemesis while poking fun at the slogan that touts him as a “familiar name.”

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  • What do you think: Will J.D.’s gamble pay off?

    Sure, Congress historically swings away from a first-term president’s party during the off-year election. But former U.S. House Member J.D. Hayworth is betting on such a dramatic swing of the pendulum that he will be able to topple fellow Republican Sen. John McCain.

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