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  • Arizona groups aim to register 200,000 voters by midterm elections

    A coalition of groups in Arizona is attempting to register 200,000 people -- mainly people of color, women and youths -- ahead of the midterm elections in November. 
  • Undecideds make up largest chunk of voters in Arizona CD1 poll

    With only a few weeks to go before the Republican primary election in Arizona, nearly half of likely voters in rural Congressional District 1 were still undecided, poll results showed.
  • Poll: Arizona voters overwhelmingly oppose abolition of ICE

    The abolition of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is unlikely to be a winning campaign issue in Arizona, according to a recent poll.
  • Arizona Democratic governor hopefuls debate immigration, schools

    Three Democrats vying to become Arizona's next governor staked out stances on immigration Tuesday that contrast sharply with sitting Republican Gov. Doug Ducey.
  • Gov. Doug Ducey slightly behind Democrat David Garcia in new poll

    A new poll shows Arizona’s gubernatorial race to be a tossup, with Democratic front-runner David Garcia holding an extremely slim edge over Republican incumbent Doug Ducey.
  • Sinema relying on moderate approach, keeps distance from Schumer

    Although Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) is seen as a polarizing figure in the Democratic party, Sinema's position on the senator is more extreme than most members in the Democratic caucus.
  • Initiative to legalize marijuana in Arizona fails to qualify for ballot

    Supporters of an initiative to legalize marijuana for recreational use in Arizona gathered only half the signatures needed to put the issue before voters this year.
  • Signatures are filed, but fight is far from over for Invest in Ed supporters

    Supporters of a ballot initiative to increase taxes on the wealthy to fund education say it's only fair. But not everyone agrees with the Invest in Ed solution.
  • Invest in Ed ballot initiative meets deadline, turns in voter signatures

    Arizona Educators United said it turned in more than enough signatures by Thursday's deadline to get its tax-on-the-wealthy initiative to fund schooling on the November ballot.
  • Challenge filed to law barring collecting mail-in ballots in Arizona

    Another legal challenge has been filed to a 2016 law that bars groups in Arizona from collecting early mail-in ballots from voters and delivering them as part of get-out-the-vote efforts.
  • Petitions submitted on initiative to prohibit taxes on services in Arizona

    Petitions were filed for an initiative that would prohibit new taxes in Arizona on services such as hair styling, real estate, health care and auto maintenance.
  • Poll: David Garcia has big lead in Democratic race for Arizona governor

    Education professor David Garcia is in command in the race to be the Democratic candidate for governor in Arizona, according to a new poll.
  • Family separation highlights immigration in Arizona midterms

    PHOENIX (AP) — The outrage sparked by the sights, sounds and stories of children separated from parents at the U.S.-Mexico border underscores the outsized role immigration will play in the midterms in Arizona. On all sides of the political spectrum, campaigns are emphasizing immigration policies with would-be voters as Democrats push to make gains in […]
  • Poll: Majority of Arizonans think Gov. Doug Ducey shouldn’t be re-elected

    Only 26 percent of the state's voters think Republican Gov. Doug Ducey deserves to be re-elected, according to an NBC News/Marist poll.
  • Freshman US Rep. Debbie Lesko of Arizona introduces her first bill

    Debbie Lesko introduced a bill that would give states more say in their education plans, the Republican's first proposed legislation since voters sent her to Congress earlier this year.
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