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The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday sued Arizona over a new law requiring people who use a federal form to register to vote to provide additional proof of citizenship if they want to vote for president or using the state's popular vote-by-mail system.
The Kingman GOP will host a series of meet-and-greet events beginning Wednesday, June 29 and continuing through July.
The slate of candidates for the Aug. 2 primary election in the City of Kingman has been finalized as the deadline for write-in candidates passed on Thursday, June 23.
A lawyer for the Arizona Republican Party and its firebrand leader, Kelli Ward, urged a judge Friday to invalidate Arizona's overwhelmingly popular system of mail-in voting, a process used by about 90% of voters.
Secretary of State Katie Hobbs says the latest bid by the Arizona Republican Party to kill all early voting for this year’s election not only comes too late but would cause chaos in the counties that would have to set up more polling places.
Diane Murray struggled with her decision all the way up to Election Day.
Nebraska Republicans will pick a nominee for governor Tuesday in a bitter primary race that was upended in recent weeks after a leading candidate endorsed by former President Donald Trump was accused of groping at least eight women over the last few years.
A legal challenge to one of three Democrats running for Arizona governor has been withdrawn after reports from county recorders showed Aaron Lieberman turned in enough signatures to make the ballot.
The Arizona House voted Monday to delay the effective date for legislation signed last month requiring voters to provide evidence of their citizenship, which has already prompted two lawsuits amid fears by voting-rights advocates that it could cancel the registrations of thousands of people.
The Mohave Republican Forum will host a trio of candidates at its monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 13 at the Golden Corral restaurant at 3580 Stockton Hill Road.
Conservative Republican Club of Kingman will host their monthly meeting on Monday, April 11 at the BPO Elks Lodge, 900 Gates Ave.
Two lawsuits have been filed challenging a new Arizona law seeking to require proof of citizenship to vote.
Local, state and federal officials must do more to ensure Native Americans facing persistent, longstanding and deep-rooted barriers to voting have equal access to ballots, a White House report released Thursday said.
The Arizona Senate voted down more election bills Monday, including many creating criminal penalties for missteps by election officials that stem from Senate Republicans' 2020 election review.
Two high-profile Republican state senators appear ready to go head-to-head in the August primary election after Kelly Townsend filed for reelection in the same district she and Wendy Rogers ended up in after new district maps were adopted.
The Arizona Senate on Monday approved several revisions to the state's election laws but three were rejected when majority Republicans failed to muster the needed 16 votes.
The Republican-controlled Arizona House on Monday joined the GOP-led state Senate in approving a measure that will ask voters in November to drastically boost identification requirements needed for in-person and mail voting in the battleground state.
The Mohave County Elections Department will hold an open house on Wednesday March 3 to display proposed changes to the current Mohave County Board of Supervisors voting districts.
The Arizona Supreme Court said Tuesday it will hear the Arizona Senate's appeal of lower court rulings that held it must release hundreds of records related to its partisan review of the 2020 election.
Candidates for Secretary of State and Attorney General will debate on Saturday, Feb. 26 at Beale Street Celebrations at 201 N. 4th St.
Republican state senators on Monday advanced legislation that would require every ballot cast in Arizona's elections to be counted by hand, with GOP proponents who embraced former President Donald Trump's false narrative of massive voter fraud calling it a needed reform.
Voting rights advocates on Tuesday announced plans for a sweeping Arizona ballot initiative they say would “protect the freedom to vote” from Republican lawmakers pushing to remake voting laws based on false claims of fraud in the 2020 election.
Arizona Republican lawmakers on Wednesday advanced legislation requiring voters to show identification when they drop off a mail ballot at a polling place, a move that election officials say would lead to longer lines on Election Day.
Lawmakers considering election bills heard Monday from a leading Republican candidate for Arizona governor and a number of people who worked on the Senate GOP's partisan 2020 ballot review who urged the Legislature to adopt a series of bills changing the way elections are conducted.
A review of potential voter fraud cases in the 2020 general election in Arizona's second-largest county ended Friday with an announcement by prosecutors that none of the 151 cases they reviewed merited criminal charges.
Arizona’s election laws are expected to be a hot topic when the 2022 Arizona State Legislative Session kicks off in less than two weeks.
In the weeks leading up to the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, a handful of Americans – well-known politicians, obscure local bureaucrats – stood up to block then-President Donald Trump’s unprecedented attempt to overturn a free and fair vote of the American people.
A judge has ruled Arizona voters have a constitutional right to decide a referendum in November 2022 that seeks to repeal tax cuts that were approved by the Legislature and signed into law by Republican Gov. Doug Ducey.
The Arizona commission that is redrawing legislative and congressional district lines appeared poised to tilt congressional maps heavily toward Republicans before votes on Friday made that seem less likely.
A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that Arizona doesn't have to give voters who forget to sign their mail ballot time after the election to resolve the issue, rejecting a lawsuit filed by Democrats.
Ron Watkins, one of the most prominent figures in the QAnon conspiracy movement, said Monday he is running for Congress in Arizona because the state is at the forefront of the fight by many Republicans over the 2020 election results.