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Baptism by fire (and reporter)

Even on his first day as a gubernatorial candidate, Smith has had to aggressively respond to the perception that he’s not conservative enough to win a Republican primary. He said he’s “amused” by such political labels, and pointed to his response to his city’s $62 million deficit as proof that he’s governed Mesa with conservative principles.

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