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Two Cheers for Governor Ducey

After six and a half years in office, Governor Ducey’s legacy remains unclear. With the 2021 legislative term now in overtime  and major political figures  announcing to succeed him, the Governor will soon be a lame duck. Next year’s legislative session will be his last. Ducey hasn’t been a bad governor. Basically, he’s been a moderate,

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Attorney General Mark Brnovich Announces Campaign for US Senate

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich just announced the launch of his campaign for U.S. Senate to “restore trust by fighting for the men and women of Arizona.” “Trust is the cornerstone of our republic. But Arizonans have lost it – and for good reason,” said Brnovich in a statement. “We entrust our elected leaders to

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Mike Pence and the Rise of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Post-Trump GOP

Former Vice President Mike Pence fired the starting pistol on the 2024 presidential race with a speech to the Republican faithful in downtown Manchester, N.H. His message was carefully crafted around the theme of unity which, in a typical political moment, would be unremarkable. But for a Republican Party still struggling to find its way

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Trump’s grievances cloud Republican agenda heading into 2022

Republicans are fighting to seize control of Congress. Just don’t ask what they’d do if they win. Look no further for evidence of the GOP’s muddled governing agenda than battleground North Carolina, where party leaders packed into a convention hall Saturday night to cheer former President Donald Trump. Even with a high-stakes U.S. Senate election

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Trump to GOP: Support candidates who ‘stand for our values’

Donald Trump on Saturday pushed Republicans to support candidates who are loyal to him in next year’s midterm elections as the former president launched a new more active phase of his post presidency. Trump, 74, teased the prospect of another presidential bid of his own in 2024, but vowed first to be an active presence

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