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Arizona Sonora News February 11, Those developers have been looking for an anchor to their community since it was first envisioned in — and the state has been on the hunt for high-tech investors like Intel and Amazon. The Arizona Commerce Authority was one of the government associations that helped negotiate the Nikola agreements. Not to be outdone, the City of Buckeye is willing to offer a performance-based rebate of 49 percent of the construction and operational sales tax, as well as reimbursing all permits and fees.

The Buckeye City Council will meet later February to iron out the finer points into an official contract. This deal presents the state with 2, jobs in the Nikola complex itself, with a potential 20, additional jobs in logistics and supply chain positions that support the work done at the factory and headquarters.

As this would be the first large, corporate headquarters in Buckeye, Nikola means big changes for the city — moving from a sleepy, rural community to a vibrant, innovative logistics hub. This sort of high-tech, big-name investment is exactly what Ducey and the state government dream about: How much that costs, and who picks up the tab for this vision, remains to be seen.

Reach him at ekolsrud email. Jobs and business making the valley a place to do business — something Tucson knows nothing about… need a balloon ride? Some risk involved — no smoking. Yea Billy the only thing the idiots know how to do here is make fools of themselves. Send a Saguaro to Amazon right?? Only in liberal lala land would anyone have an idea like that. Just ask Huck how that works with his three votes.

Why are property taxes so high and sales taxes oppressive? Might want to thank the cronies that keep businesses out of Pima County for their own benefit. Without a good business tax base, the property owner pays for everyone. Thanks Huck and all. It sounds like everyone wins — but what about the Arizona taxpayer?

After Election Day, AZ's Far Right Now Has a Fight on Its Hands | Phoenix New Times

The Arizona Commerce Authority was one of the government associations that helped negotiate the Nikola agreements. Not to be outdone, the City of Buckeye is willing to offer a performance-based rebate of 49 percent of the construction and operational sales tax, as well as reimbursing all permits and fees.

The Buckeye City Council will meet later February to iron out the finer points into an official contract. This deal presents the state with 2, jobs in the Nikola complex itself, with a potential 20, additional jobs in logistics and supply chain positions that support the work done at the factory and headquarters.

As this would be the first large, corporate headquarters in Buckeye, Nikola means big changes for the city — moving from a sleepy, rural community to a vibrant, innovative logistics hub. This sort of high-tech, big-name investment is exactly what Ducey and the state government dream about: How much that costs, and who picks up the tab for this vision, remains to be seen.

Reach him at ekolsrud email. Jobs and business making the valley a place to do business — something Tucson knows nothing about… need a balloon ride? Some risk involved — no smoking. After Arpaio's dirty commercial dropped in October, TV news outlets and the Arizona Republic rewarded Penzone with positive coverage, pointing out how misleading the Arpaio ad was.

Penzone's name recognition was relatively low, despite his stint as the face of the Phoenix Police Department's Silent Witness program, and the attack by Arpaio was the first introduction many ever had to the former Phoenix police sergeant. Realistically, Penzone started with baggage. Although I believe the Penzone camp could have done a better job scoring earned media, they were hobbled by the presence in the race of Republican-turned-Independent goofball Mike Stauffer. Just as Arpaio refused to debate or appear with Penzone, the Democrat turned down any media opportunities in the general election that would include Stauffer.

Because Stauffer's name was on the ballot, many media outlets felt obliged to cover him. The strategy may have held Stauffer to his meager 4. And that gap may narrow more as the county completes its count of early and provisional ballots. But if the votes for Stauffer would not have gotten Penzone over the hump assuming that Penzone garnered them in Stauffer's absence , Stauffer — along with Penzone's primary challenger, fired Goodyear cop John Rowan — hurt Penzone's chances in another way.

According to Penzone communications director Stacy Pearson, some contributors stayed away from Penzone, first because he had a primary challenger and later because of Stauffer's futile bid. Maricopa County Democratic Chair Ann Wallack helped recruit Penzone, and she and others attempted to dissuade Rowan, knowing that his entry into the Democratic field would hurt the larger goal of beating Arpaio.

As with those deeply disturbed individuals who championed Stauffer, a guy who did little campaigning and even less fundraising, there should be some special ward in the state mental hospital reserved for Rowan supporters. That is, unless their goal was helping Arpaio win. Republican operative Carlos Sierra started off as a Stauffer supporter but switched as soon as it became evident that Stauffer and his screwy Svengali, West Kenyon, were not intent on running a credible campaign.

But CRLE got a late start, and though the group scored more big contributions toward the end of the campaign, that's the worst time to buy advertising in a state where most people mail in early ballots rather than go to the polls. Sierra says he and Gallego could have "raised more money and convinced more people that it could have been done" if Stauffer had not been a factor.

Perhaps that's why, in the wake of Penzone's loss, restlessness and discontent plague all those who backed Penzone — because they know the job is left undone. There undoubtedly were problems that need to be addressed for future elections, but it's ridiculous to suggest that Arpaio's win was the result of some vast voter-suppression effort.

Redistricting and the consolidation of polling places, down to from about 1,, more likely are culprits, as far as people having to vote provisionally.

There's no indication that the provisional ballots would have swung the election Penzone's way, and Hispanics were not the only ones who had to vote provisionally. Anglos were affected as well. The Hispanic vote in Maricopa County and in Arizona generally seemed energized by both Penzone and by the campaign of U. Senate candidate Rich Carmona. Overall turnout was slightly down this year. And the Hispanic vote in this state is nowhere near where it needs to be to put a stake through the Tea Party's heart.

A report on Hispanic voting by the Pew Hispanic Center released in October shows that 19 percent of all eligible voters in Arizona are Hispanic — something that could constitute a mighty force. An ASU Morrison Institute study released this year noted that "about 69 percent of eligible Arizona Latinos were registered in , compared to about 83 percent of non-Hispanic Whites.

But the change is slow and driven by demographics. The Latino push to get out the vote may have helped make the Arpaio and Carmona races tighter, but it was not near enough to end the right-wing lock on power here in Cactus Country. Meanwhile, largely because the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission redrew this state's political map, creating more competitive congressional and legislative races, Democrats now have a edge over Republicans in Arizona's U.

The redistricting commission helped end the Republican super-majority in the state Legislature. A lot of the crazies will be back next year, but some — like aggro wild man Frank Antenori and pistol-packin' real estate queen Lori Klein, both Republican state senators — will not.

The Dems now have four more senators, 13 to the Rs' 17, which at least gives them no excuse not to show up and fight. On the downside for progressives, the Rs chose state Senator Andy Biggs as their next Senate president, and the Gilbert ideologue is just to the right of Count Dracula.

But Biggs, often referred to as "Russell Pearce with a brain" is faced with a caucus divided almost evenly between moderates and hard-liners. So I'm hopeful that split will ameliorate his tendency toward Draconian right-wing insanity. In the state House, the divide is 36 Rs to 24 Ds, and Republican Andy Tobin, a moderate only in relative terms, crushed an attempt to install Pinal County Teabagger Steve Smith as speaker, which is a good thing.

Carmona's loss to Republican Congressman Jeff Flake remains a tough one. Carmona seemed to have momentum going into Election Day, though his poll numbers already had slipped by then. Unlike in the Congressional and legislative races, redistricting was no good to progressives in statewide races.

But I think it's worth remembering that earlier this year, most political observers would not have predicted that Carmona could come within four points of Goldwater Institute golden boy Flake. Also, Flake, though deeply conservative, is no J. I was pulling for Carmona, but as far as Arizona Rs go, Flake ain't so bad. Post-election, he's already talking about support — as he used to a few years ago — for comprehensive immigration reform.

Which is why Joe Arpaio's signaled his willingness to meet with Hispanic leaders — as long as they "don't yell" at him. I've got a better idea, one that even Republicans are bandying about in the aftermath of November 6: A monumental task, I'll agree. Statutorily, there would have to be anywhere between , to , signatures from qualified electors to make a recall of the sheriff happen.

And you'd need a massive cushion of a couple hundred thousand additional votes because a certain percentage inevitably would be deemed invalid. He estimated that a recall effort would have to score "3, signatures a day" to make it a reality. And there would have to be boatloads of cash for professional petition circulators. Still, Parraz isn't writing it off, particularly if Arpaio's final vote count drops below 50 percent, leaving him winning with a plurality. You have successfully signed up for your selected newsletter s - please keep an eye on your mailbox, we're movin' in!

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