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Tom Liddy, one of the attorneys who successfully defended Randy Bailey against Mesa's attempts to take his brake shop for economic development, is now defending the use of condemnation in neighboring Tempe.
April 28, 2005
An East Valley Republican political operative says he has been vindicated after the Maricopa County party dropped out of a lawsuit connected to his alleged effort last year to use early ballots to help conservative legislative candidates.
December 29, 2004
Tom Liddy, one of the attorneys who successfully defended Randy Bailey against Mesa’s attempts to take his brake shop for economic development, is now defending the use of condemnation in neighboring Tempe.
The state Court of Appeals on Thursday rebuffed a request by Maricopa County to delay a medical marijuana dispensary.
April 27, 2005
October 6, 2004
A Scottsdale activist filed a complaint with the Arizona Attorney General's Office on Tuesday, asking the office to investigate whether developer Steve Ellman and members of the Maricopa County Republican Party attempted to improperly influence the Scottsdale mayoral election last spring.
A deputy Maricopa County attorney asked a judge Wednesday to order the Independent Redistricting Commission to stop "stonewalling" what he said is a legitimate investigation.
July 16, 2004
September 30, 2004
Former Los Arcos developer Steve Ellman contributed $25,000 to the Maricopa County Republican Committee just days before that group created a local political committee whose purpose last spring was to defeat David Ortega’s bid for mayor of Scottsdale.
December 31, 2004
Tempe moved closer to seizing property from a group of landowners who refuse to give any ground to the developers of a planned $200 million shopping center.
Jnauary 7, 2005
August 27, 2004
July 16, 2004
Valley Republican officials are demanding a state investigation into an anonymous flier mailed Thursday that invites registered GOP voters to request early ballots for the Sept. 7 primary.
July 10, 2004
John McCain seems to be a man who needs few introductions. After all, he's held federal office for 26 years, he's perhaps the highest-profile senator in the country, he's run for president twice, and he's written a couple of best-selling autobiographies.
Much has been said and written about Hillary Clinton's hallucination of her courage under fire in Bosnia and, as recent polls have shown, she has paid a price with the voting public. Less has been said about a Barack Obama supporter's recent tapestry of lies.
Bob Turner's daughters disagree with him, but the retired Air Force master sergeant and lifelong Republican stepped up Tuesday to proclaim his support for Democrat Barack Obama.
Many Arizona voters are disgruntled with President Bush's handling of the economy and funding for the Iraq war and wouldn't re-elect him right now, according to a poll released Thursday by Arizona State University.
Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard has indicted a former leader of the Maricopa County Republicans, accusing her of stealing nearly $3,000 from the party and forging a receipt to cover her tracks.