Alleging voting “irregularities’’ the state Republican Party is launching what it calls its own an “independent audit’’ of practices by Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes – an audit being aided by a law firm that represents the party.
Steve Gaynor finally conceded late Friday he isn't going to be secretary of state
Katie Hobbs is going to be Arizona's next secretary of state – and a heartbeat away from governor – absent a sudden and unlikely last-minute burst of Republican votes from Maricopa County
In that race for secretary of state, Democrat Katie Hobbs is maintaining her lead over Republican Steve Gaynor – but just barely.
In statewide races, there is a general law that requires a recount if the margin of votes between the two candidates is one-tenth of one percent.
The GOP contender conceded Monday after new results showed Sinema’s lead statewide is now approaching 38,200 votes.
New election returns Sunday put Democrat Katie Hobbs in the lead in the race for secretary of state.
Unless the trend in election returns shift – and soon – Arizona will get its first Democrat in the U.S. Senate in decades. And the state Republican Party may be laying the groundwork for a legal challenge to stop that from happening.
Newly elected Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers inherits a chamber where he can't afford to alienate a single Republican.
Attorneys for the state want a federal appeals court to allow it to deny public contracts to those who boycott Israel, saying Arizona has a legitimate interest in denying support to the Palestine Liberation Army and its "unsavory – and frequently murderous – ends.”
Democrats proved unable on Tuesday to break the stranglehold that Republicans now have on statewide offices
Outmatched in funding and outmaneuvered, Democratic gubernatorial hopeful David Garcia failed Tuesday in his bid to oust incumbent Doug Ducey
Election Day officially is today
A last-minute decision by the Green Party candidate to drop out of the race for U.S. Senate could provide Democrat Kyrsten Sinema a needed bump
Calling it a matter of public safety, Gov. Doug Ducey wants all youngsters in Arizona public schools to be vaccinated against various childhood diseases.
A federal appeals court has rebuffed yet another attempt to void the state’s 2016 ban on so called ballot harvesting.
Cash from outside groups is rivaling – and in some cases exceeding – what candidates for statewide office are spending on their own election campaigns.
The state’s largest electric company has now poured more than $30 million into its bid to convince Arizonans not to force it and other utilities to use more renewable resources.
Two justices of the Arizona Supreme Court are criticizing their colleagues for their decision blocking voters from deciding whether to increase income taxes on the most wealthy to fund education.
The Attorney General’s Office is investigating whether a utility regulator and officials of three cities and three counties acted illegally in the way they urged voters to oppose a ballot measure.
Arizona individual taxpayers could end up being hit with an extra $236 million in taxes if the governor and lawmakers follow their regular practice of trying to keep the annual state income tax relatively simple.
Brnovich said his office was set up as in the Arizona Constitution as a separate and independent agency. He warned of the implications of requiring him to get permission to go to court, particularly to enforce constitutional rights.
What has caused concern is that in the 2016-2017 school year 4.9 percent of parents of students entering kindergarten opted out of immunization for personal reasons.
The Hillsdale proposal came under scrutiny at least in part amid concerns that they were not so much standards as actual curriculum of what is to be taught. And then there was the emphasis on Judeo-Christian teachings, far more than in current state standards in teaching comparative religions.
Martha McSally said Monday that Kyrsten Sinema, her Democratic foe, is guilty of "treason."
If it weren't for Bill Schulz, Carolyn Warner, who died Tuesday, could have been the first woman governor of Arizona.
JoAnna Strother, regional director for public policy for the American Lung Association, said Phoenix is one of the 10 worst areas in the country for ozone pollution.
The more than 100,000 people who signed petitions to put Proposition 305 on the ballot now find they have to vote against it to get what they want: repealing legislation to expand who can get vouchers of taxpayer funds to attend private and parochial schools.
Denied what he wants by attorneys hired by the state House, Don Shooter now is asking a judge to force them to cough up the entire investigative report that led to his ouster
Ken Bennett found himself out of the running when he was trounced by incumbent Doug Ducey in the Republican primary in August.
Claiming “irreparable harm,’’ a top aide to Attorney General Mark Brnovich asked a federal judge Tuesday to let Arizona continue enforcing its prohibition on boycotts of Israel by companies with public contracts while the state appeals her ruling
Gov. Doug Ducey is doubling down on his claim that David Garcia tried to "rig" the election for a sales tax for education even though there is no evidence the Democrat gubernatorial hopeful had any role in crafting the measure.
The justices, on their first day back from the summer recess, refused to consider a claim by the National Mining Association that allowing the U.S. Department of Interior to make such unilateral decisions violates the right of Congress to decide the use of such public property.
The judge also rebuffed any suggestion that the government is entitled to place restrictions on those who get government funds.
To hear the proponents of Proposition 126 tell it, Arizona lawmakers are chomping at the bit to tax medical services, child care and even veterinary bills. Never mind that lawmakers already can do that now – and have not.
Incumbent Gov. Doug Ducey repeatedly throws around the phrase that Arizona is "open for business" as both a commercial for the state and as proof his policies are what's driving the state economy.
Prices could be dropping, courtesy of President Donald Trump.
The economy in many parts of the state may not be booming
A parade of teachers, parents and others lined up Monday to ask the state Board of Education to reject efforts by state schools chief to alter – and they believe dilute – academic standards.
Gov. Doug Ducey acknowledged Friday he signed legislation with the specific intent of allowing the affected companies to ignore the mandate proposed in Proposition 127 by paying a minimal fine.
Ducey and Garcia will face off again Tuesday at an event in Tucson; Torres was not included.
A measure put on the November ballot by Republican lawmakers could determine how much Arizonans actually know about who is trying to influence political campaigns. Anyone reviewing all the statements in support of Proposition 306 in the brochure being sent to voters would think the measure is aimed at keeping publicly funded candidates from buying services from political parties.
A federal judge has refused to order Secretary of State Michele Reagan to immediately update voter registration addresses of 384,000 Arizonans who have moved since the last election.
A key aide to Attorney General Mark Brnovich altered language of the ballot description of Proposition 127 that the state's top elections officer called "eyebrow raising'' and the lawyer for initiative organizers said is designed to help Arizona Public Service convince voters to reject it.
Gov. Doug Ducey said he's open to the idea of reforms in how charter schools are operated, including how they handle their finances
Saying consumer privacy is being invaded, state Attorney General Mark Brnovich has launched an inquiry into whether a major tech firm is violating the rights of Arizona residents by tracking their movements and activities through their cellphones – even after the users think they've told the company to stop.
The way to further limit what Google keeps and learns takes far more than simply turning off the "location history'' and "location sharing'' buttons on the phone.
Upset with a ruling that knocked a tax hike for education off the ballot, some members of the Save Our Schools movement are trying to get voters to turn one or two Supreme Court justices out of office in November.
A live-telephone survey done Sept. 4 through 6 by Data Orbital found Democrat Kyrsten Sinema supported by 46.1 percent of those questioned, giving her a 4.3 percentage point lead over Republican Martha McSally.
The head of the local Border Patrol union is telling Hispanics they should not support David Garcia for governor simply because he also is Latino.