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  • Counting continues in Arizona as Republicans lose ground

    Ballot-counting continued Monday in Arizona nearly a week after Election Day, with Republicans' hopes in three key statewide races growing dimmer by the day.
  • But wait, there’s more: Arizona political ad spending hit new highs

    Spending on campaign ads in Arizona reached a record $129 million this year, part of a national trend that saw cable and broadcast election ad spending top $3 billion for the first time in a midterm election cycle.
  • Secretary of state race a toss up despite early AP call

    On Election Day, the Associated Press declared Republican Steve Gaynor as Arizona's new secretary of state. Less than a week later, it's anybody's guess to who will win the position.
  • Hoffman declares victory over Riggs in supt. of public instruction race

    Democrat Kathy Hoffman on Sunday declared victory over Republican Frank Riggs in the superintendent of public instruction race.The Democrat came into Sunday with a nearly 43,000 vote lead, a lead that grew by almost 4,000 votes following the latest tallies.
  • Sinema grows US Senate race lead over McSally for fourth straight day

    Democrat Kyrsten Sinema widened her lead over Republican Martha McSally for the fourth consecutive day in the drawn-out U.S. Senate race.
  • Hoffman grows lead in supt. race while Hobbs narrows secretary of state lead

    Updated vote counts in the superintendent of public instruction race between Democrat Kathy Hoffman and Republican Frank Riggs revealed an almost 43,000 vote lead for Hoffman .After the Saturday count, Gaynor's Secretary of State lead was cut to just 3,120 votes.
  • Kyrsten Sinema again extends lead over Martha McSally in Senate race

    Another round of ballots were counted Saturday in the drawn-out U.S. Senate race between Democrat Kyrsten Sinema and Republican Martha McSally and Sinema again grew her lead.
  • Despite slight drop, Arizona still leads nation in women officeholders

    Despite a record number of women running for office this year, Arizona will actually lose one female elected official when congressional and legislative delegations take office in January.
  • Newly elected state Rep. Raquel Terán faces citizenship challenge in lawsuit

    Newly elected state Rep. Raquel Terán said she was served with court documents Thursday requiring she prove her citizenship. 
  • Democrat Hoffman expands lead in Arizona school superintendent race

    Democrat Kathy Hoffman led Republican Frank Riggs in the superintendent of public instruction race by more than 30,000 votes after totals were updated Friday night.
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