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Goddard investigating Colorado City

Attorney General Terry Goddard has filed a sweeping records request with Colorado City, and the manager of the town best known for its polygamous residents is accusing the AG of going on a politically inspired witch hunt.

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Waring fires first… at Gordon

In the middle of a crowded Republican primary, Jim Waring's campaign went on the offensive against Democratic Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon. Waring, in an emailed request for contributions, noted he led the GOP field by a mile in a recent poll, but omitted his campaign conducted the survey and that ‘undecideds' were not included in the results.

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Teachers’ Union backs Prop. 100

AEA President John Wright said the association has pledged its support to the "Yes on 100" campaign. The teachers union had wavered between hostility and hesitancy on the tax hike, which Brewer has touted as necessary to preserve K-12 funding.

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Thomas tells captains he will resign in May?

Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas reportedly met with his bureau chiefs this morning (Jan. 27) and informed them he will resign as county attorney in May in order to run for attorney general, according to a YS source proclaiming knowledge of the meeting.

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Candidates sticking to public funds… for now

The shaky future of matching funds isn't leading any publicly funded candidates to shy away from Clean Elections funding. CCEC Director Todd Land said four new candidates have filed to run publicly funded campaigns since Judge Roslyn Silver's Jan. 19 order deemed matching funds unconstitutional.

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