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Influence of $18M in 'Clean' Cash Up in the AirPosted on September 12, 2002 | Type: In the News
Results from Tuesday's primary election are sparking debate about whether taxpayers are getting their $18 million worth of reforms out of the state's new law that provides public campaign financing.
Light Rail on Shaky GroundPosted on September 10, 2002 | Type: In the News
Federal Support Weakening, Funding Iffy
Salmon 'Singled Out,' Campaign ClaimsPosted on September 07, 2002 | Type: In the News
The on-again, off-again investigation to determine if gubernatorial candidate Matt Salmon was late in reporting expenses that trigger public matching funds to his primary election foes revolves around the following question:
GOP Candidates Spar Over Budget Cuts as Primary Election NearsPosted on September 06, 2002 | Type: In the News | Author: Paul Davenport
PHOENIX (AP) - With just days to go before the primary election, Republican gubernatorial candidates are sparring anew over how the state should cure its budget woes.
States Try Publicly Financing RacesPosted on September 06, 2002 | Type: In the News
With four states now offering public funds to help people run for office, the effort to take private money out of politics is getting its biggest test yet this fall.