At a board meeting held to establish its policies on disclosure of the businesses that contribute money, Team ACA said its policy would simply be to comply with all legal requirements, though it’s unclear whether the identities of contributors would be open to the public.Read More »
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When the Arizona Attorney General’s Office released hundreds of documents from an internal probe over suspected leaks to the media, it redacted a plethora of embarrassing information.Read More »
An eight-month, $75,000 nationwide search for a new Arizona Commerce Authority CEO ended when the only identified candidate – who worked in the building – was selected and unanimously approved today.
The ACA board today named interim CEO Sandra Watson to the job permanently after more than an hour in executive session.
A Maricopa County judge threw out a lawsuit seeking to overturn the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission’s congressional maps, ruling that the complaint was too long-winded and contained reams of irrelevant information.Read More »
Rarely, if ever, will you see straight-arrow conservative Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery and fiery Democratic Sen. Steve Gallardo sharing a stage with Libertarians and Greens, with all taking the same viewpoint on an issue.Read More »
After a search that has spanned most of the year, the Arizona Commerce Authority may be ready to name its new CEO.
The agenda for the ACA’s Tuesday meeting includes public discussion and possible action on the selection of a new CEO. The CEO search is also listed as an executive session agenda item.
A private, tax-exempt organization created to support the Arizona Commerce Authority has a big decision to make about whether it will publicly disclose the names of its contributors and the amount of money it raises.Read More »
Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Richard Carmona denied allegations from a former colleague that he pounded angrily on her door in the middle of the night, and called on his Republican opponent, Congressman Jeff Flake, to stop airing a “deplorable” ad featuring the accusation.Read More »
Supporters of an initiative to create a “top-two” primary election system in Arizona are hitting the airwaves with the first television ad in the Proposition 121 campaign.Read More »
After a handful of strange snags and unprecedented situations, Sen. Michele Reagan is eying a raft of changes to Arizona’s election laws.Read More »