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Republican candidates appear to have swept all but one state House and Senate seats in north East Valley’s Districts 7 and 11. A lone Democrat appeared headed for victory in the heavily GOP region, according to unofficial results Tuesday.
They talk casually to each other before and after campaign events. They debate the issues, not each other. Mudslinging and cheap shots are nonexistent.
Reps. John Shadegg and Jeff Flake won, but their party lost. Now they hope to spend the next two years leading the GOP back to its successful roots.
WASHINGTON - House Republicans announced plans Friday to draft Social Security legislation by June as President Bush warned Democratic critics not to "play politics as usual" with his call for sweeping program changes including curtailment of some benefits.
May 3, 2005
There is one (of many) claims we hear the GOP repeat over and over that has always baffled me. And the fact that it keeps being repeated endlessly makes me wonder about the intelligence level of those who buy into this bogus claim so readily? Do they even bother to stop and think things through?
The state budget is running close to $600 million in the red.
WASHINGTON — The White House and its Senate allies defended a final push for historic health care legislation Sunday as outflanked Republicans pledged a fight to the end. A dead-of-night vote neared in a frenzy one GOP lawmaker said lacked "legislative sanity."
Chandler resident Jeff Dial and incumbent state Rep. John McComish of Ahwatukee Foothills narrowly won the Republican primary in the District 20 state House race, according to election results released Sunday by the Arizona Secretary of State's Office.
A report in Tuesday’s edition of Roll Call could be sobering for the Republican challengers seeking to oust Democratic U.S. Reps. Harry Mitchell’s and Gabrielle Giffords in the fall.
A $10.6 billion budget deal crafted by House Republican leaders bit the dust Tuesday, at least partly because some lawmakers felt Maricopa County should get a bigger portion of state transportation money.
House Republicans unveiled a $10.6 billion state spending proposal Monday that throws out the governor’s plan for across-the-board pay raises for teachers.
WASHINGTON - House Republican leaders scuttled a vote Thursday on a $51 billion budget-cut package in the face of a revolt by moderate lawmakers over cuts to Medicaid, food stamp and student loan programs.
August 12, 2004
It became painfully clear on Wednesday that House leadership is the weak link in Arizona government. The evidence is a budget proposal that would send Arizona lurching backward in the crucial areas of early childhood care and education, Child Protective Services and higher education.
Arizona House Republicans blocked action Wednesday on Senate proposals to reform Child Protective Services and to ease prison overcrowding, ra ising questions about whether anything will be done on those issues this year.
Rep. John Shadegg, R-Ariz., is feeling confident about his odds for re-election to a seventh term. Confident enough to donate a hefty chunk of his campaign war chest to GOP peers locked in tougher fights.
Following the dramatic national Democratic shift on election day, Arizona’s Republican congressional members are trying to identify their roles in the new political scene.
Republican state lawmakers are making a hard charge to direct tax dollars to private and religious schools through vouchers and tax breaks for corporate tuition donations.
March 10, 2005
The worst thing that could have happened to the Republicans’ conservative approach to state finances is a nearly $1 billion surplus.