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PHOENIX — Attorney General Tom Horne is lashing out at a former staffer who charges he is using his office to campaign for re-election even as he opens a court fight over whether he broke the law in 2010 to get elected the first time.
PHOENIX — The state Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that political candidates can accept much larger sums of money from donors.
PHOENIX — An attorney for Republican interests asked the Arizona Supreme Court on Monday to restore candidates’ ability to accept, and donors to give, more money, saying their constitutional rights are being irreparably harmed.
PHOENIX — The Court of Appeals on Thursday opened the door for Republican legislative leaders to argue that candidates have a constitutional right to take more money from private donors than has been allowed.
PHOENIX — The state Court of Appeals refused Friday to lift its 2-day-old ban on a state law that allows politicians to take more money from contributors.
PHOENIX — The lawyer for Republican legislative leaders has asked the state Court of Appeals to continue to let politicians take more money from donors, arguing in effect that the old limits were unconstitutional.
PHOENIX — Saying a quick answer is needed, the Citizens Clean Elections Commission asked the Court of Appeals on Wednesday to overturn a trial judge’s decision allowing candidates to take a lot more money from political supporters.
PHOENIX — A judge late Thursday cleared the way for politicians to start taking much more money from private donors and political action committees for their campaigns.
PHOENIX — Supporters of public funding of elections made a last-ditch effort Tuesday to stop privately financed candidates from starting to load up on cash donations next week.
PHOENIX — State lawmakers are moving to give themselves and other candidates the right to collect more money — a lot of it — from individuals and political action committees, even as they ask voters to effectively kill the option of public financing.
PHOENIX - The three Republican candidates for Arizona Corporation Commission agreed Tuesday to surrender a total of nearly $29,000 in public funds to settle claims that they misused money given to them for their primary election.
PHOENIX — Arizonans will not get to vote in November whether to kill public financing of elections.