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.Read More »
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Terry Goddard isn’t going to get the additional debates he had asked for, and despite several miscues by Gov. Jan Brewer, his one and only showdown with her might not give him the boost he needs to make the race competitive.Read More »
The first debate between Gov. Jan Brewer and Terry Goddard will be their last.
The announcement came one day after Democrats panned her performance in a Clean Elections debate the night before.
Gov. Jan Brewer and Attorney General Terry Goddard had few memorable lines in their first, and perhaps only, debate, but continually posed one memorable question – where’s your plan?Read More »
A federal judge dismissed the second of six suits filed against Arizona’s strict new immigration law, ruling that a Tucson police officer did not have standing to challenge SB1070.Read More »
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Rodney Glassman announced Aug. 30 that he had replaced his campaign manager, while another top staffer was preparing to leave the following day.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer, now the GOP's official nominee for governor, held her double-digit lead over Democrat Terry Goddard in Rasmussen Reports' first post-primary poll.Read More »
After nearly a half-century polling Arizonans, Earl de Berge knows that you have to read between the lines.Read More »
Ben Quayle didn't even have an election night party planned. The 33-year-old attorney and son of former Vice President Dan Quayle had been raked over the coals for weeks leading up to the Republican primary in Arizona's 3rd Congressional District, and several internal polls leading up to the election showed that he'd fallen from the frontrunner's perch. But signs of Quayle's demise turned out to be overblown.
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David Schweikert has spent two years itching for a rematch with U.S. Rep. Harry Mitchell, and with a commanding win in the Republican primary for Arizona's 5th Congressional District, he'll get another chance in a far more favorable atmosphere.Read More »