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  • Maricopa County elections official faces big test with mail-in only voting

    The first significant test of a technology-driven voting system in Maricopa County will put election official Adrian Fontes in the spotlight during Tuesday's all-mail balloting.
  • Electoral College is working, says Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake

    The Electoral College is working pretty well as is, an Arizona senator said Monday, the day electors all across the country meet to cast their votes for President-elect Donald Trump.
  • Arizona electors holding firm on Trump votes despite threats

    Arizona electors are still looking forward to casting their votes for President-elect Donald Trump next week despite the threatening calls, emails and letters they've received, a state GOP leader said.
  • Arizona electors receiving emails, calls, letters urging them to vote against Trump

    At least two Arizona electors said they have received thousands of emails, phone calls and letters urging them to refuse to vote for Donald Trump.
  • Trump taps Zinke to run Department of Interior, Brewer likely out of Cabinet talk

    Donald Trump reportedly picked Rep. Ryan Zinke to run the Interior Department, likely meaning former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer will not be in his Cabinet.
  • McCain has concerns about secretary of state nominee Tillerson’s ties with Russia

    Sen. John McCain said the relationship between Russia and President-elect Donald Trump's secretary of state nominee, Rex Tillerson, is a matter of concern.
  • President-elect Donald Trump names Rex Tillerson his secretary of state

    Just over a month after Trump was elected to become the next president, it was reported he has made Tillerson his selection for Secretary of State.
  • Donald Trump chosen Time magazine’s Person of Year

    Time magazine named President-elect Donald Trump its Person of the Year.

    The billionaire’s selection was announced Wednesday morning on NBC’s “Today” show.

    The Manhattan real estate magnate went from fiery underdog to win the White House over Democrat Hillary Clinton.

    In a telephone interview to the show, Trump called it “a great honor.”

    The 70-year-old New Yorker won the Electoral College vote, while Clinton won the popular vote. Magazine managing editor Nancy Gibbs said Clinton was runner-up. Previous selections include Mahatma Gandhi, Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama and Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos. Trump joined the show and talked about many topics. The […]
  • Arizona official set to certify election results

    Fall election results in Arizona will be officially certified in a ceremony Monday.
  • Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham working on bill to extend Obama protections for immigrants

    Sen. Lindsey Graham is reportedly working on a bill with others, including Sen. Jeff Flake, that would extend legal protection for illegal immigrants.
  • DeWit: Romney as secretary of state a tough pill to swallow for Trump supporters

    The potential hiring of Mitt Romney as secretary of state would be hard for Donald Trump supporters to get behind, Jeff DeWit said.
  • Jon Kyl rules out secretary of defense role in Donald Trump’s Cabinet

    Consider the rumor quashed: Former U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) will not be part of President-elect Donald Trump's Cabinet.
  • Lawsuits bog down Maricopa County Recorder’s office

    Election officials in Maricopa County are usually busy long before an election counting those early ballots. But this year, they had a new challenge.
  • Maricopa County voter turnout hits lowest mark since 2000

    Election 2016 was officially put in the books on Monday and voter turnout was lower than expected by Maricopa County officials.
  • Late ballots turn tide for some Arizona GOP candidates

    After a history of late ballots typically helping opponents, the tide turned for some Arizona Republican candidates after Election Night.
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