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U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Release of Campaign Matching Funds

• Goldwater Institute
"This ruling vindicates the right of traditionally funded candidates to run their campaigns without the heavy hand of government helping their opponents," said Nick Dranias, the Goldwater Institute's lead attorney in the case known as McComish v. Bennett.

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Comment by Frank Henry
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 This is a good move.  Lets hope that all campaign financing is removed
from our elections (fed, state, local).

This will allow our election officials to have adequate time and resources to
perform their registration and election process duties.

Thanks and Good Luck.

Comment by Powell Gammill
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So, Gov. Brewer and Attorney General Goddard running for governor have already received over $700,000 apiece from the Clean Elections dispersement just for the primary.   Do they give it back immediately?  Are the other ten candidates running against them just SOL?

http://www.azcleanelections.gov/Libraries/2009-2010-docs/Candidate_Listing.sflb.ashx?download=true


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