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Strict compliance wins the tiebreaker (access required)

In the third ruling on the last years’ strict compliance law for citizen initiatives, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Teresa Sanders concluded that the law is constitutional, giving the 2017 statute two rulings in favor of its constitutionality and one against.

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Gaynor loans and Reagan repays (access required)

With the primary just around the corner, Gaynor isn’t easing up on his self-funding. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the August 20 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow Sheet Subscription Required). To subscribe to the Yellow Sheet Report, where ...

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Hit me with your best shot (access required)

Republican Michael “Big Mike” Hernandez says he decided to run against D Farnsworth after the incumbent told him he should run for LD16 Senate himself if he didn’t like Farnsworth’s position on San Tan Valley incorporation. To read more on ...

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Here they go again on their own (access required)

Forese and Olson are no longer running as a team, according to multiple sources. The two incumbents teamed up earlier in the race and have signs up touting a Forese-Olson ticket. To read more on this item plus all the ...

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