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.Read More »
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A high-speed rail line between Phoenix and Tucson would create jobs and relieve traffic congestion, an interest group contends.Read More »
General election results made official Monday set up the first recount of a statewide ballot proposition that officials can recall.Read More »
Some of the 107 candidates who received public money to run for state Legislature this year bought computers, cameras and printers that are theirs to keep and paid relatives as campaign workers and consultants.Read More »
The reasons that Mexican immigrants remain largely unbanked vary: a lack of legal identification, a history of mistrusting banks in their home country and the perceived complexities of banking in another language.Read More »
Early ballots will be the first tallied on election night. And if history is a guide, they will also be among the last.Read More »
David Schweikert said he’s having more fun in this election than he’s ever had, certainly more fun than two years ago when Rep. Harry Mitchell beat him by 10 percentage points.Read More »
What began last year as rallies to protest government spending has emerged as a political force that could influence elections across the nation.
Despite the lack of central tea party organization and some internal disagreement, three basic principles unite them: fiscal responsibility, limited government and support of a free market.
Search for congressional candidate Ben Quayle on Google and you won’t just see the political progeny’s website in the top results. There’s also an eye-catching advertisement in the right column that looks strikingly similar to traditional search results.Read More »
The Department of Public Safety on Wednesday said it had a more limited role in investigating the shooting of a sheriff’s deputy than has been suggested by the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office.Read More »