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Paul Babeu's Dark Money Group Is All About...Paul Babeu

4 years ago by Stephen Lemons
So here's a giant surprise, Pinal County Sheriff and unannounced candidate for U.S. Congress Paul Babeu is the "honorary chairman," of a dark money, 501(c)4 non-profit that is pimping....yes, you guessed it, Paul Babeu.  Babeu's new Arizona Security and Prosperity Project's website promises that the group will pursue "public advocacy for...
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Congressman Paul Babeu: Yay or Nay?

8 years ago by James King
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu announced yesterday that he's considering running for a currently non-existent Congressional seat.As you can see in the comment section of our story on the matter (which you can see by clicking here), Babeu's potential candidacy hasn't been well received by New Times readers. As we...
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Paul Babeu Clowned By Jay Leno on The Tonight Show

7 years ago by Matthew Hendley
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu officially became part of late-night comedy TV yesterday, as The Tonight Show's Jay Leno took up the sheriff's situation as an opportunity for some Leno-esque jokes.Off the late-night laugh track, it looks like Babeu may have to deal with the state's Public Integrity Task Force...
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Better Political Endorsement: Paul Babeu, or a Ham Sandwich?

6 years ago by Matthew Hendley
Yesterday, Arizona House Speaker Andy Tobin announced that he had the endorsement of Pinal County Sheriff Paul "studboi1" Babeu for his run for Congress.Given Babeu's record, it had us wondering whether it's better to have your campaign endorsed by Babeu, or slices of deli meat stuffed between a couple slices...
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Paul Babeu Remains Sheriff of Pinal County ... Online

2 years ago by Stephen Lemons
The former Pinal County lawman continues to milk the trappings of his office on his digital media sites.
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Paul Babeu Claims He's Not Running for Congress in 2014

6 years ago by Matthew Hendley
Pinal County Sheriff Paul "studboi1" Babeu claims he's not running for Congress in 2014, despite a political consultant's poll reportedly showing that the embattled sheriff is the top Republican candidate in Arizona's 1st Congressional District."I want to make it clear to everyone that I have made a commitment . ...
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Family Removes "Offensive" Paul Babeu Billboard

9 years ago by James King
A billboard displaying a Hispanic family with an out-of-context quote from Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu has been removed.Within days of the billboard going up, Babeu started campaigning to have it removed, even calling the consulate for the president of El Salvador -- the country of origin of the family...
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Paul Babeu Supports Gay Marriage and Gays in the Military

7 years ago by Stephen Lemons
Dennis Gilman's raw footage of Babeu's Saturday presserIn addition to Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu's admission to being a gay man during a Saturday press conference, wherein he denied allegations published in my colleague Monica Alonzo's expose concerning deportation threats against his ex-lover, Babeu made progressive statements on two issues...
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Paul Babeu's Suspicious Past as School's Headmaster

7 years ago by Monica Alonzo
The most riveting detail to come out of Paul Babeu's three-year tenure as head of a private Massachusetts boarding school for troubled teens was his close relationship with a 17-year-old student there. Former students of the now-defunct school tell New Times that they often saw Babeu showering attention on fellow...

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