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  • More campaign money will mean more Arizona ads for US Senate race

    The leaders in the Arizona race to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake have been raking in contributions and that will likely mean an onslaught of campaign ads in the coming weeks.
  • Arizona Senate hopeful kills mother, uses her death in gun control debate

    A Republican Arizona state Senate candidate has shocked gun control advocates by sharing details about shooting and killing his mother in apparent self-defense more than 50 years ago.
  • Arizona ranks among bottom half of states for voter turnout, study finds

    Voter participation is eroding across the U.S. and the situation in Arizona is a crisis, according to a study by the Morrison Institute of Public Policy at Arizona State University.
  • Prosecutors say Russian hackers leased servers in Arizona, Illinois

    Prosecutors said Russian government hackers used servers they leased in Arizona and Illinois in order to steal politically sensitive information before the 2016 presidential election.
  • Polling shows Democrats ahead on Arizona statewide generic ballots

    For decades, the best way to win a statewide election in Arizona was to have an R by your name on the ballot. Recent polling suggests this could be the year that changes.
  • US Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward comes to President Trump’s defense

    Senate hopeful Dr. Kelli Ward of Arizona came to President Donald Trump's defense hours after the he was ripped by politicians on both sides of the aisle for his performance in Helsinki.
  • US Senate hopeful Kelli Ward gets $500K boost ahead of GOP primary

    U.S. Senate hopeful Kelli Ward was recently given a $500,000 push from Robert Mercer, who donated the money to a super PAC that backs the Republican candidate. 
  • 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.
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