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Nearly half of Senate Dem caucus elected to leadership (access required)

The Senate’s 13 Democrats elected Sens. Katie Hobbs and Steve Farley as minority leader and assistant minority leader, respectively. And in an unconventional move, two new senators – Reps. Martin Quezada and Lupe Contreras – will serve as co-whips of the minority caucus.

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Ugenti-Rita: Hobbs overstepped authority with elections procedure (access required)

A Navajo Nation lawsuit against the state and several counties now hinges on the adoption of a new election procedures manual drafted by Secretary of State Katie Hobbs.