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.
Yee, Weiers keep GOP in control in swing district
Republicans Kimberly Yee and Rep. Jim Weiers were victorious in the House Legislative District 10 race, keeping both seats in GOP control.
Gray fends off challenge from well-funded Dem in LD10
Sen. Linda Gray, a Republican from Glendale will retain her seat after fending off Democrat Justin Johnson in Legislative District 10.
Dems hold financial edge in contested races
Many Republicans in highly competitive Senate races are facing a financial disadvantage going into the general election.
Group demands probe of House staffer's role in Green recruits
A group claims a Republican House staffer was involved in recruiting Green Party candidates in an effort to siphon votes from Democratic challengers, and they’re calling for House Speaker Kirk Adams to launch an investigation.
Eleven write-in candidates won the Green Party nomination in August, including a handful of “street people” who exploited a little-known loophole that allowed them to win the primary with only one vote. Now, some of those candidates, whom Democrats allege were recruited by Republicans, threaten to take votes from Democrats in key races.
3 disputed Greens drop out
Less than a day after a federal judge said they had the right to stay on the ballot, three alleged “sham” Green Party candidates withdrew from their races.
House contests in 5 districts rate a close look
Swing districts will play prominently in a handful of House races this year. And in most, Democrats will be on defense while Republicans will be trying to regain seats they traditionally held and lost in recent years.
4 Senate seats in play heading into general election
Lopsided voter registration figures in many of Arizona’s legislative districts will weigh heavily against Senate candidates in the general election, but Republicans and Democrats are expecting a more level playing field in at least four Senate races.
Trojan Horses: Dems say ‘sham’ Green candidates could siphon votes in key races
A slate of Green Party write-in candidates, whom the Arizona Democratic Party accuses of being Republican plants, could siphon off Democratic votes and resources in some of the state’s most competitive legislative races.
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