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Ducey grants $9 million of federal aid for elections safety (access required)

Gov. Doug Ducey on July 2 announced plans to spend $9 million in federal coronavirus relief funds on election security, alleviating concerns that Arizona election officials could lose funding because of a legislative technicality. The federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security package gave Arizona roughly $4.8 billion, $7.9 million of which was earmarked for election ...

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Ducey appointee gets money from board she serves on (access required)

A White Mountain rancher who received $66,000 in grants from a state board she serves on will get another term on that board.

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