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Pen misinformation bleeds into primary (access required)

Election officials in Arizona's largest county won't soon forget #SharpieGate — the social media uproar that emerged after the 2020 election based on the false claim that Sharpie pens provided at the polls would ruin ballots before they were counted. 

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Primary could test strength of GOP factions (access required)

Trump, Farnsworth, Leach, GOP

Gov. Doug Ducey's endorsement of Beau Lane, an experienced advertising executive who's running for secretary of state, illustrates a choice that Republican voters are faced with in several primary races this year, between a Trump-endorsed candidate and a more traditional conservative. 

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Voters want candidates to focus on key education issues (access required)

In a state where significant challenges plague the education system — and legitimate solutions exist —strong leaders thinking and working together across both sides of the aisle can ignite meaningful change. What is most important, however, is prioritizing voter’s priorities for education—their priorities need to be at the forefront of all decision-making.

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