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Don’t quit your day job yet (access required)

Greg Stanton told a group of labor leaders that he’s holding off on resigning as Phoenix mayor in case Sinema has second thoughts about her US Senate campaign and decides to run for re-election in CD9 instead, an attendee of ...

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The list is getting longer (access required)

Eight male Republican lawmakers have added their names to a letter sent to Mesnard last week calling for Ugenti-Rita to be removed as chair of House ways-means and for Rios to be removed as minority leader. To read more on ...

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Corporate audit revenue on the decline (access required)

New audit collection revenue numbers from the Dept of Revenue are in, and they’re not pretty. According to JLBC, corporate audit collections declined from $33.7 million in FY16 to just $6.1 million in FY17, an 82-percent drop. To read more ...

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Two Davids walk into an election… (access required)

Strategists are skeptical of David Schapira’s calculus that, based on the results of the 2014 contest between Douglas and David Garcia, the superintendent’s race is much narrower than the registration and performance gap between the major parties would otherwise suggest. ...

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The David Schapira equation (access required)

The prevailing wisdom is that any Democrat running for a statewide office in Arizona has to climb two huge mountains – a sizable voter registration gap (162,000 as of the last count) and the GOP’s historical over-performance compared to the ...

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Everything depends on Yee (access required)

Boyer said he will “absolutely run for the Senate” in LD20 if Yee enters the race for state treasurer. “If she moves early, I’ll leave early with her,” he told our reporter today. To read more on this item plus ...

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