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In Their Words: Jane Dee Hull (access required)

Jane Dee Hull in 1999

For almost 25 years Jane Dee Hull was in the thick of Arizona politics, governing and legislating, and yet she said she’s most proud of being proud of “very little” in her career, which speaks to her political philosophy.

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Newspaper’s Supreme Court analysis short on facts

Symbol of law and justice in the empty courtroom, law and justice concept.

Considered in light of nearly two centuries of combined litigation experience, the Arizona Republic’s recent article on the expansion of the Arizona Supreme Court by reporter Maria Polleta, was disappointing given its overt political rhetoric. (“By adding justices to the Arizona Supreme Court, did Ducey help the state — or help himself?”) Without troubling to present historical context and practical considerations, Ms. Polleta, left readers misinformed.

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Wendy Baldo (access required)

Wendy Baldo (Photo by Evan Wyloge/Arizona Capitol Times)

Few provide a stabilizing presence at the state Capitol like Wendy Baldo, the Senate’s longtime chief of staff, who offers not just knowledge, but institutional knowledge, and not just any counsel, but counsel rooted in experience.

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Patrice Kraus (access required)

Patrice Kraus

In the kingdom of term limits and constant turnovers, institutional knowledge is king. And few can match Patrice Kraus’ experience, skill and political acumen as a lobbyist.

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