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  • Grant for governor – as an independent?

    Even as 2010′s votes are being counted, Republican Grant Woods said he’s considering a possible 2014 gubernatorial run as an independent candidate. The former state Attorney General and longtime adviser to U.S. Sen. John McCain, said he’s had conversations with Democratic operative Fred DuVal about …

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  • Vacation time, French-style

    France may be the GOP’s favorite cautionary example for liberal economic policies, but it’s a fine place for a post-election trip. Now that the election is over, Gov. Jan Brewer’s advisor Chuck Coughlin is making up for lost time by taking his long-awaited honeymoon, which …

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  • Killer says politics will force his execution

    A condemned inmate asked the Arizona Supreme Court Oct. 13 to postpone his execution until after the gubernatorial election. Jeffrey Landrigan argues in legal briefs that Gov. Jan Brewer has political incentive to go forward with the Oct. 26 execution even if the Arizona Board …

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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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  • Brewer holds double-digit lead in Rasmussen poll

    Gov. Jan Brewer, now the GOP’s official nominee for governor, held her double-digit lead over Democrat Terry Goddard in Rasmussen Reports’ first post-primary poll.

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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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  • Goddard’s rocky relationship with S1070

    Attorney General Terry Goddard has had quite the roller coaster ride while staking out his positions on S1070. He opposed the law and wishes Gov. Jan Brewer had vetoed it, but also opposed the lawsuit against it. He vowed to defend the state in court, but blasted Brewer for her failure to do so.

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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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  • Brewer lashes out at Napolitano over recent border comments

    Gov. Jan Brewer said Janet Napolitano’s words and actions at the Department of Homeland Security don’t match her record from her time as governor, saying her predecessor has essentially turned her back on Arizona and its border problems.

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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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