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Remembering Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today is a day when the federal, state, and municipal governments, as well as many of you are taking a well-deserved holiday. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. sacrificed for his principles. In my first term in the House of Representatives, I, too, hope to be a dedicated representative of your principles. I will work to

 
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Governor Jan Brewer Endorses Paul Boyer

“Paul will be a tireless advocate for the people of his district and the state of Arizona when it comes to producing quality jobs, improving our schools and keeping health care affordable and accessible. We need leaders at the State Capitol like Paul Boyer, and that’s why I hope you’ll join me in supporting him

 
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LD 20 candidates give their views on issues

By Carolyn Dryer Glendale Star There are four legislative districts that cross paths in the City of Glendale. Two of the four districts have candidates seeking office with either Democrat or Republican opposing candidates. Following are answers to identical questions posed to those who face opposition in Legislative District 20. 1. What do you believe

 
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Our View: District 20 choices: Yee, Thrasher, Boyer

Too often voters have little to go on except the promise of candidates, the special something they exude that inspires confidence. Most of the candidates on the ballot for House and Senate in District 20, which covers parts of Phoenix and Glendale, have that special something. Rep. Carl Seel, R-Phoenix, is the notable exception. Former

 
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Big primary spenders weren’t all big winners

Published on September 1, 2012 by in News

The Arizona Republic Money can’t buy happiness … Or a political seat, apparently. Not all candidates with the biggest piggy banks won in Tuesday’s primary election. The heaviest spender was Mesa businessman Wil Cardon. He dropped almost $9 million of his personal cash to challenge U.S. Rep. Jeff Flake for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate. In total, Cardon

 
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