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  • Woods may lose GOP voting rights over Rotellini endorsements

    Grant Woods’ critics on the right may not be able to expel him from the GOP, but they may get the next best thing if they can strip him of his voting rights at the Maricopa County Republican Party.

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  • It’s still the economy

    The figures paint a grim picture: Arizona’s jobless rate stands at 9.7 percent, revenues have come in below forecast, the state’s budget deficit could reach $700 million in the current fiscal year. And now the U.S. Census puts the number of Arizonans in households earning …

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  • Don’t mess with May; he wrote the law on segways

    The press corps didn’t know exactly what to think when they saw Steve May drive up to the federal courthouse Thursday on a segway.

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  • Goddard’s performance in guv debate might not matter

    Tonight’s debate between Gov. Jan Brewer and Attorney General Terry Goddard is probably the last time you will see the pair in the same room, much less on the same stage, between now and Election Day.

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  • Thomas’ concession graceful, but stubbornly late

    For every Tom Horne, Felecia Rotellini and Jesse Kelly of the election cycle, there’s an Andrew Thomas, David Lujan and Jonathan Paton.

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  • Hulburd camp rips Quayle; CD3 sequel begins

    If you thought the cantankerousness (yep, that’s really a word) of Arizona’s 3rd Congressional District would end after the 10-way GOP primary race, Jon Hulburd has some news for you. Hulburd’s campaign blasted a statement into Arizona’s e-mail netherworld that just ripped Quayle to pieces, even referring to …

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  • Big surprises last night; Quayle win among them

    There were some big surprises last night: Chris Deschene toppled Sam Wercinski on the Democratic side of the secretary of state race; Cloves Campbell Jr. lost his House seat; and David Braswell got whomped by Lori Klein in the Legislative District 6 Senate race. We all …

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  • Goddard moves campaign HQ

    Terry Goddard has a new campaign headquarters, in a building that has some sentimental connection to the presumptive Democratic nominee for governor. It was the backdrop for his press conference this afternoon, at which he released his plan to turn around the state’s economy and create jobs.

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  • Paton goes on the attack, hits Kelly in TV ad

    Jonathan Paton’s campaign called Jesse Kelly a hypocrite for allegedly profiting from stimulus money through his family’s construction business while publicly opposing the stimulus package.

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  • Goddard challenges Brewer to 6 debates

    Attorney General Terry Goddard said one Clean Elections debate isn’t enough, and challenged Gov. Jan Brewer to meet him face to face six more times during the campaign.

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