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Arizona Votes

  • Most GOP voters want McCain to step down by end of May, poll shows

    A majority of Republicans surveyed think ailing U.S. Sen. John McCain should step down in time for Arizona voters to pick his replacement in November.
  • Bennett: Gov. Doug Ducey’s campaign threatened to sue petition firm

    Former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett said Friday that lawyers representing Gov. Doug Ducey's re-election campaign threatened to sue a firm collecting signatures to qualify Bennett for the Republican primary ballot.
  • Arizona’s Lesko sets early priorities for new job in House of Representatives

    Republican Congresswoman-elect Debbie Lesko of Arizona had a full plate already hours after she won a special election to replace Trent Franks.
  • GOP’s tight win in Arizona CD8 is departure from Trump’s rout in 2016

    The narrow margin between Republican winner Debbie Lesko and rival Dr. Hiral Tipirneni in Arizona Congressional District 8 on Tuesday was a marked difference from the area voters' numbers for the 2016 presidential election.
  • Republican Debbie Lesko wins special general election to replace Franks

    Voters elected Republican Debbie Lesko to Arizona's Congressional District 8 seat on Tuesday, filling a U.S. House of Representatives seat that had been left vacant since former Rep. Trent Franks resigned in December.
  • Here are the live results for Arizona special election with Lesko, Tipirneni

    Thousands of voters have made their way to the polls on Tuesday to elect a representative in an Phoenix-area congressional district after former U.S. Rep. Trent Franks resigned late last year.
  • President Trump encourages Arizona voters to elect Debbie Lesko

    President Donald Trump tweeted his support Tuesday for Republican Debbie Lesko in the Congressional District 8 special election.
  • Rep. Martha McSally says she was sexually abused in high school

    Martha McSally, a U.S. Senate candidate, told the Wall Street Journal a high school track coach pressured her into have sex with him and used psychological tactics to keep her quiet.
  • Delayed voter IDs won’t impact Arizona CD8 election, officials say

    A printing delay prevented about 8,000 residents in Arizona Congressional District 8 from receiving their voter registration ID in time for Tuesday's special election, but they can still cast a ballot, election officials said.
  • Tipirneni, Lesko diverge on hot-button issues of border security, gun control

    One day before the general special election, Congressional District 8 candidates Debbie Lesko and Dr. Hiral Tipirneni outlined their views on the divisive issues of border security and gun control.
  • What you need to know about Tuesday special election to replace Franks

    Some voters in the Phoenix area will head to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots in a special general election to replace former Republican U.S. Rep. Trent Franks.
  • Debbie Lesko, Paul Ryan to hold DC fundraiser ahead of special election

    U.S. House of Representatives candidate and former Arizona state Sen. Debbie Lesko was getting a helping hand from a big-name Republican.
  • Poll puts Lesko ahead by 10 points in Arizona special election

    With less than two weeks before a special election for Congressional District 8, Arizona's Republican Party appeared likely to keep the seat, according to a poll.
  • Democratic Party national chair has eye on Arizona special election

    A few upset victories over Republican candidates across the country has Democratic leaders hopeful of change in Arizona's upcoming special election.
  • Rep. Sinema releases first TV ad of her Senate campaign

    The first TV ad for U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema's campaign for higher office have been released, emphasizing her longstanding support of veterans and law enforcement.