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  • Ducey, ready for audit results, says time to move on from 2020 election

    Gov. Doug Ducey is looking forward to the results from the Arizona Senate's audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, but said the process that's gone on for more than three months isn't a top priority.
  • Arizona ban on school mask mandates already backfiring, Hoffman says

    Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman said she is on Gov. Doug Ducey’s side when it comes to wanting kids back in classrooms, but a state ban on face mask and COVID-19 vaccine mandates is already hindering that goal.
  • Maricopa County retrieves ballots, other election items from Senate audit

    At least one chapter of the lengthy Arizona Senate election audit ended Thursday, when Maricopa County Elections workers began retrieval of about 2.1 million ballots and other election items.
  • Ducey pushes COVID-19 vaccine as cases, hospitalizations rise in Arizona

    Gov. Doug Ducey reiterated Thursday that the vaccine is the best defense against COVID-19 as cases and hospitalizations rise again in Arizona, where inoculation rates continue to lag behind national averages.
  • Maricopa County weighs subpoena response, unlikely to turn over routers

    Maricopa County officials are weighing their response to a new subpoena from Arizona Senate Republican leaders over items related to the 2020 election, but it appears they will resist handing over network routers.
  • Arizona health director recommends face masks for kids returning to school

    With classes resuming in Arizona and the COVID-19 Delta variant surging, the state’s health director is recommending that unvaccinated students – including her own kids – wear face masks at school.
  • Recorder Stephen Richer is skeptical of audit results from Cyber Ninjas

    Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer is confident that votes in the 2020 Presidential Election were counted correctly, despite reports of discrepancies.
  • Sen. Fann says audit ballot totals don’t match Maricopa County’s numbers

    Arizona Senate President Karen Fann said the number of 2020 general election ballots tallied during the ongoing audit she authorized doesn’t match the total documented by Maricopa County, but the Republican didn’t know how far off the counts were.
  • Maricopa County Republican official troubled by pressure from own party

    Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman knows politics can be a cutthroat business, but he never imagined that his own Republican party would be holding the blade against his neck.
  • Brnovich says Arizonans deserve election confidence as audit rolls on

    Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said Thursday people deserve confidence in the election system as the contentious audit of Maricopa County results rolls on more than two months after it started.
  • Gubernatorial candidate Matt Salmon wants to turn back Arizona’s blue shift

    Republican Matt Salmon said one of his motivations in running for governor is to avoid another high-profile Arizona political position from flipping to Democratic control.
  • Lake says Ducey, former viewers helped spur Arizona governor run

    Former local TV anchor Kari Lake said a message from Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey following her departure from Fox 10 in March helped spur interest into what has become a run to succeed him.
  • Senate candidate Brnovich recently had ‘positive’ talk with Trump

    Republican Senate candidate Mark Brnovich said Friday he's recently talked with former President Donald Trump, who has called out the current state attorney general for not pushing election fraud claims.
  • Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey calls housing crisis ‘good problem to have’

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said the shortage of houses for sale and rising prices are signs of the state’s popularity, not a bubble.
  • Q&A with Arizona Gov. Ducey on election audit, border and taxes

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Tuesday he looked forward to the results of the GOP Senate’s audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County, which will not change the presidential outcome that he certified.
  • Arizona Gov. Ducey would ‘welcome’ Democratic vote for stalled budget

    Republican Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Tuesday he would "welcome" a Democratic vote to break the logjam over his tax-slashing budget proposal, which has failed to gain unanimous support from his own party.
  • Former Arizona National Guard leader McGuire announces run for US Senate

    Retired Maj. Gen. Michael McGuire officially entered the race for Arizona U.S. Senate in 2022 on Tuesday.
  • Hobbs vows transparency, accountability if Arizona governor

    Secretary of State Katie Hobbs is promising transparency and accountability regarding Arizona's most pressing issues if she's elected the state's next governor.
  • Phoenix police chief on fatal wreck: ‘Not seen any kind of impact like that’

    Phoenix Chief Jeri Williams said that, in her three decades of police work, she hasn’t seen anything like the crash that killed Officer Ginarro New.
  • Phoenix Law Enforcement Association holding fundraiser for fallen officer

    The Phoenix Law Enforcement Association is holding a fundraiser to assist the family of an officer who was killed Monday night after his vehicle was hit by a red-light runner.