Arizona voters decisively backed Proposition 211, the ballot measure requiring disclosure of significant campaign contributions.
Proposition 211 measure drew strong bipartisan in opinion polls and the support of allies such as the League of Women Voters and the Arizona Alliance of NonProfits. Former Gov. Fife Symington, a Republican, spoke in favor of the measure — creating a common interest between the two former rivals for the Governor’s Office.
Symington argued that candidates and proposition proponents who have to contend with dark money attacks are like “being in a boxing match with an opponent you can’t see.”
Read the full article here at AZ Central.