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KJZZ's "Here and Now" Features Sarah Fenske This Morning

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columnist Sarah Fenske explained her concerns about the Arizona Clean Elections System this morning on the local NPR affiliate's 

Here and Now

, hosted by Steve Goldstein on KJZZ 91.5 FM. 

Fenske's appearance on the program comes two months after the publication of her cover story, "The Dirty Truth About 'Clean' Elections," in which she posed the question, "If the system's not getting any cleaner, and the candidates aren't getting any better, what's the point?"

On the show with Fenske were Arizona Capitol Times reporter Christian Palmer, Clean Elections Executive Director Todd Lang, and political analysts Bob Grossfeld and Stan Barnes. 

To hear the program, visit KJZZ's "Here and Now" page. 

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