Backers of higher Arizona minimum wage use extra cash to target candidates

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By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star

Leading in the polls and with lots of money to spend, the group pushing to increase the minimum wage has now turned its sights to defeating political foes.

Arizonans for Fair Wages and Healthy Families has put more than $62,000 into efforts to affect a handful of legislative races, financial disclosure reports show.

The mailers target Republican incumbents and candidates who Bill Scheel, campaign manager for Proposition 206, said are the kind of lawmakers who would vote to undermine the minimum-wage initiative if it passes.

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