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  • Maricopa County releases report about primary election issues

    The Maricopa County Recorder’s Office released its preliminary report Friday about the issues that cropped up during the last month’s primary election.
  • Arizona congressional incumbent O’Halleran rebuffs comic’s support

    An Arizona politician running for re-election has thrown a celebrity endorsement right back at the sender. Democratic U.S. Rep. Tom O'Halleran has rejected controversial comic Kathy Griffin's tweet of support Friday, according to a report.
  • Despite primary issues, Fontes touts positives of Maricopa County voting

    A month after issues plagued dozens of primary election poll locations, Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes touted improvements to a voting system that accommodated record turnout.
  • Arizona attorney general laughs off clean energy ballot accusation

    A campaign to mandate more clean energy in Arizona says Attorney General Mark Brnovich tried to manipulate the ballot measure's wording, a claim his office calls "laughable."
  • Senate candidates McSally, Sinema working to set debate times

    U.S. Reps. Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally, the two women who are currently vying for an open Senate seat in Arizona, are already debating when to debate. 
  • Judge asks why Arizona voting lawsuit was filed so close to election

    A judge presiding over a lawsuit that alleges Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan is failing to update voter registration addresses for certain people raised questions at a hearing Wednesday about why the case was filed so close to the Nov. 6 election.
  • Maricopa County elections chief: No guarantees November will go smoothly

    After Maricopa County polling places failed to open on time for the primary, the county's top election official said he couldn't guarantee the November election would go any better.
  • US appeals court upholds Arizona ballot collection law

    A U.S. appeals court has rejected arguments against an Arizona law prohibiting outside collection of early ballots as well as a voting precinct rule.
  • McSally leads Sinema in 1 Arizona poll on Senate race, trails in another

    The Arizona Senate race between Republican Martha McSally and Democrat Kyrsten Sinema is so tight polls can't even agree who's leading.
  • Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey leads David Garcia in fall election poll

    A poll of likely voters in Arizona have given Republican Gov. Doug Ducey the edge over Democratic rival David Garcia in the fall general election.
  • Despite issues, record 1.2 million votes cast in Arizona’s primary election

    Despite problems at multiple polling sites in Maricopa County, a record number of voters participated in last week’s Arizona primary election.
  • Arizona gubernatorial candidates Ducey, Garcia could debate 2 times

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey was expected to take part in two televised debates this month as part of his re-election campaign, it was announced this week.
  • President Donald Trump looking to return to Phoenix for rally this month

    President Donald Trump is looking to return to Phoenix this month for a campaign rally, a little more than a year after police and protesters clashed following his last appearance in the city.
  • Loss of Sen. John McCain pushed Grant Woods to pursue Senate run

    Grant Woods is no stranger to Washington, D.C., but with the death of Sen. John McCain, he gained a renewed interest in returning to the nation's capital, but this time as a candidate.
  • McCain confidant Grant Woods considers US Senate run as Democrat

    Grant Woods, former chief of staff for late Republican Sen. John McCain, told the Washington Post he was considering a U.S. Senate run as a Democrat.
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