Former House Majority Leader Eddie Farnsworth has jumped into a big lead in the GOP’s House Legislative District 22 primary election, and incumbent Laurin Hendrix is in danger of losing his seat.Read More »
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Kate Brophy McGee has a commanding lead in the Legislative District 11 House GOP primary, but the race for second place is a nail-biter.Read More »
The Democrats won’t have ousted lawmaker Doug Quelland to kick around in the Legislative District 10 House race in November. Republicans considered Quelland, who ran with public funding after being expelled from office for violating Clean Elections laws, to be ...Read More »
Michelle Ugenti has gotten the jump on winning one of the Republican spots in Legislative District 8 House primary, according to early polling results.Read More »
Early poll results show Bill Montgomery with a lead over Rick Romley in the GOP primary for Maricopa County Attorney.Read More »
Eight judges and Gov. Jan Brewer's campaign attorney are among the 13 applicants for the next Arizona Supreme Court justice.Read More »
After the Citizens Clean Elections Commission and two judges found Doug Quelland guilty of misusing the state’s public campaign financing system, he fought for months to stay in the Legislature, maintained that he was innocent even after being removed from office and is now using government money, once again, to pay for his comeback campaign.Read More »
One of the House seats in Legislative District 10 has become the center of attention and drama in the GOP primary – Republicans want to protect it, ousted former lawmaker Doug Quelland wants it back and rising star Kimberly Yee wants to keep it.Read More »
Arizona Supreme Court Justice Michael Ryan hung up his robe Aug. 6, ending a 32-year legal career that began as a prosecutor and proceeded to a management position in the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office and seats on Maricopa County Superior Court and the Arizona Court of Appeals.Read More »
House candidates in District 11 are among the biggest spenders in legislative races.
GOP candidates Shawnna Bolick and Kate Brophy McGee spent almost identical sums this reporting period, which ran from June 1 to Aug. 4.