Sen. Frank Antenori, a Tucson Republican, is the early frontrunner in the Senate primary race in Legislative District 30.Read More »
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Republican activist Lori Klein holds a slight advantage over incumbent Sen. David Braswell in Legislative District 6, according to early election results.Read More »
Sen. Sylvia Allen is slightly leading in the Republican primary race for the Senate in Legislative District 5, which encompasses a sprawling rural area in eastern Arizona.Read More »
Rep. Adam Driggs, who is in a three-way Senate race for the Republican Party’s nomination in Legislative District 11, has received a huge boost from independent groups. But he's not the only one.Read More »
When Jonathan Paton decided to resign from the Arizona Senate and run for Congress, the prevailing view in political circles was that he represents the Republican Party’s best chance to defeat U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.
But the former state lawmaker faces a more immediate challenge from fellow Republican Jesse Kelly. Political insiders now say Paton has yet to wrap up the primary race in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District.
The race to win the Republican nomination for an eastern Arizona Senate seat has turned an already-icy relationship between legislators into a super-heated contest, with both sides accusing each other of distortion and misrepresentation.Read More »
The Senate race in Legislative District 6, one of the Valley’s most conservative enclaves, best illustrates the ideological wrangling within the Republican Party.Read More »
Jonathan Paton's campaign called Jesse Kelly a hypocrite for allegedly profiting from stimulus money through his family's construction business while publicly opposing the stimulus package.Read More »
Voter registration in Arizona has spiked, adding more than 300,000 people to the rolls in the last two years. The increase indicates that Arizona's political landscape is drawing the public's interest, but many are also registering as independents, which could mean that disaffection with the established parties lingers.Read More »
Campaigning as a write-in candidate is much like starting a marathon a couple of hours after all of the other runners — you can win, but only if you’ve got strong legs, a solid support team and a whole lot of luck.Read More »