Political round-up: Apartment execs funding Hiremath mayoral campaign

2014-08-11T08:00:00Z Political round-up: Apartment execs funding Hiremath mayoral campaignBy Joe Ferguson Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

A collection of political news from across the state making headlines today: 

• Apartment execs funding Hiremath mayoral campaign tucson.com

• State GOP chief: Negative gov. race saps party tucson.com

• Political Notebook: Democratic ballot requires no heavy lifting tucson.com

• Border issues prevalent in LD8 Republican primary tucson.com

• Middle East concerns dominate CD2 congressional debate tucson.com

• Arizona top state for deferred action applications tucson.com

• 'Dark money' pours into Arizona Republican primary azcentral.com

• Trayvon Martin mailer stirs racial politics in campaign for Congress azcentral.com

• Poltical insider: Ducey booed after refusing to answer hypothetical azcentral.com

• McCain, Flake not picking sides in GOP governor's race azcentral.com

• APS chief says solar advocacy group exists to mislead azcapitoltimes.com (subscription required)

• Auto dealers’ poll shows Ducey increasing lead azcapitoltimes.com (subscription required)

Contact reporter Joe Ferguson at jferguson@azstarnet.com or 573-4346. Follow him on Twitter @JoeFerguson

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The Arizona Daily Star's Pueblo Politics blog includes stories and related items from the Tucson and Pima County political scene written by Star reporters Becky Pallack and Joe Ferguson.

Have a political topic you would like to see in the blog or suggestions? Email Becky Pallack at bpallack@tucson.com and Joe Ferguson at jferguson@tucson.com

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