Defiant Quelland fails to pay fine
The saga surrounding the removal of former House member Doug Quelland from the Legislature isn’t over quite yet.
Despite vicious assault, Pratt still considers business area ‘fairly safe’
After a Christmas Day assault that left Republican Rep. Frank Pratt with severe facial lacerations, a broken nose, tied up and unconscious for several hours, he still considers the area around his business in Casa Grande “fairly safe.”
Walking the green mile with Green Party candidate Gregor Knauer
Bringing a whole new meaning to back-door politics, Gregor Knauer agreed to run for office while standing in the alley behind his Tempe home.
Late spending flurries fail to help Dems win in 2010
Final campaign spending reports from the 2010 election season revealed desperation by ultimately unsuccessful candidates who loaned their campaigns large amounts of money, as well as aggressive spending by winning candidates who likely didn’t need it.
Clean Elections Commission puts off vote on fixed-assets rule change
The Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission on Thursday put off voting on a proposed rule change that would require publicly financed candidates to return or purchase fixed assets such as laptops, printers and cameras.
General election canvass sets up first known recount of ballot measure
General election results made official Monday set up the first recount of a statewide ballot proposition that officials can recall.
Montgomery pledges peace, seeks to re-establish civil unit
Bill Montgomery took his oath of office for Maricopa County Attorney Nov. 22, inheriting a two-year vicious power struggle between his office and the Board of Supervisors.
Pullen won’t seek re-election as GOP chief after stunning ouster
Randy Pullen won’t seek another term as chairman of the Arizona Republican Party after a shocking loss in his re-election bid for state committeeman.
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