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Gov. Ducey and the Legislature sided with the secret power brokers over you. However, you can change that.
The state House voted to keep dark money dark.
On March 13th, in a local city election in Tempe, Arizona 91 percent of voters said yes to forcing "Dark Money" organizations to reveal financial backers if their spending in local elections exceeds $
Arizona cities lose their right to demand that nonprofit groups divulge who is financing their efforts to sway local elections.
The dollars and cents of the American political system is one shaped by what local aficionados have coined, “dark money,” the impact of political action committees and the quadrennial race for campaig
(Ralph Freso/Getty Images) By any standard, Arizona's 8th Congressional District is the land of suburbs. The Republican stronghold made up of affluent, older and overwhelmingly white voters is known f