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  • McCain hosting fundraiser for Waring

    U.S. Sen. John McCain will host a fundraiser for ex-staffer Jim Waring, giving the former lawmaker a cash infusion as he heads into the final week of his primary campaign.

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  • Quayle raps Parker on fed investigation; barbs traded on ‘poster boy’ quip

    Republican congressional candidate Ben Quayle has issued a stinging rebuke to rival Vernon Parker for his statement that Quayle “rented a family” in campaign mailers that depict him with two young girls.

    Quayle called Parker a “flawed” candidate and took a shot of his own in a press statement, dredging up a 2008 U.S. Small Business Administration investigation that alleged Parker falsified documents to obtain a $1.2 million federal government contract for his consulting business.

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  • Quayle mailers not actually what meets the eye

    Two recent mailers sent by the Ben Quayle campaign contain some curious images and statements by the 33-year-old lawyer and flush-with-cash candidate in Arizona’s crowded 3rd Congressional District primary.

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  • L’Ecuyer joins Goddard campaign

    Terry Goddard’s gubernatorial campaign brought on a second high-profile member of the Napolitano administration with the addition of Jeanine L’Ecuyer as deputy campaign manager.

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  • Rasmussen: McCain no longer ‘potentially vulnerable’

    With the GOP primary just a month away, U.S. Sen. John McCain is pulling further away from rival J.D. Hayworth, and Rasmussen Reports is no longer listing the incumbent senator as vulnerable to an upset from his conservative challenger.

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  • In DC, just like in Arizona, all eyes on S1070

    It seemed like a sign of the times that Attorney General Terry Goddard was in Congress to talk about Arizona’s efforts to crack down on money laundering by drug cartels, but the only thing the congressmen wanted to talk about was S1070. Goddard on July …

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  • Rasmussen puts Brewer at 61 percent

    Rasmussen Reports isn’t regarded by most political insiders as the most accurate of firms, but no margin of error is likely to ease the blow its most recent poll delivered to Dean Martin and Buz Mills.

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  • Goddard leads all Republicans in new poll

    Democratic Attorney General Terry Goddard led all potential Republican rivals in the 2010 governor’s race in a poll released April 27.

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  • Mills’ ‘misstatement’ on employer sanctions raising eyebrows

    Misstatement or not, Republican gubernatorial hopeful Buz Mills left some questioning his anti-illegal immigration credentials when he spoke out against Arizona’s employer sanctions law at a recent candidate forum.

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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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