What's in a name? Everything, if it's on the ballot.
In 1998, Arizona voters narrowly approved a measure called Clean Elections. After all, who wants "dirty elections"? Only 8 percent of voters knew the measure would force taxpayers to pick up the tab for politicians' campaigns. Fortunately, Arizona voters will get a second chance. This week, the aptly named committee "No Taxpayer Money for Politicians" started gathering signatures to qualify a proposal for the 2004 ballot to end this unjust law. Where do we sign up?