Political round-up: GoDaddy founder bankrolling hits on Ducey

2014-08-07T09:00:00Z 2015-08-11T19:21:36Z Political round-up: GoDaddy founder bankrolling hits on DuceyBy Joe Ferguson Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

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

• Tribe to pay Glendale $25M+ for backing casino tucson.com

• Ad Watch: Pancrazi and Otondo film ad together tucson.com

• Audio: Grijalva says House border bill deserves veto tucson.com

• Ad Watch: Baldenegro's new TV ad stars Tucson tucson.com

• County Recorder's office warns of "stranger danger" tucson.com

• Ad Watch: Ducey sends out Tucson-specific ad tucson.com

• Sarah Garrecht Gassen: Calling all mainstream Republican voters tucson.com

• Autopsy confirms Sen. Crandell died in horse fall tucson.com

• Secretary-of-state race shadowed by 'dark money' azcentral.com

• Ducey up, Smith climbing, Jones slipping in new poll azcentral.com

• Late state Sen. Crandell's name will remain on primary ballot azcentral.com

• Common Core central to race for Arizona superintendent azcentral.com

• GoDaddy founder bankrolling hits on Doug Ducey azcentral.com

• The Skinny: Border Skirmish tucsonweekly.com

• Business Dispute: Ducey and Smith tangle over their private-sector histories tucsonweekly.com

• Moderate Republicans met with Brewer to urge endorsement of Scott Smith azcapitoltimes.com (subscription required)

• Palin backs Ducey in governor’s race azcapitoltimes.com (subscription required)

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