More than half of the 1.9 million registered voters in Arizona's most populous county are now signed up to automatically receive ballots for early voting.Read More »
Salmon unveiled his first television ad this week, which began airing on Fox News in the East Valley on Monday.Read More »
A poll released today by Ron Gould’s congressional campaign suggests a tight race between the state senator and U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar.
The two are vying for the Republican nomination in newly drawn 4th Congressional District.
Campaign trail chatter about Arizona being up for grabs in November took a hit today with a new poll showing presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney pulling ahead of President Barack Obama.Read More »
Several days of coast-to-coast mockery led Secretary of State Ken Bennett today to apologize for embarrassing Arizona with inquiries about Barack Obama’s birth certificate and reverse course on earlier comments that he may keep the president off the ballot unless Hawaii officials certify that he was born there.Read More »
An Arizona state official says he can oversee a fair election despite playing a role in Mitt Romney's presidential campaign.Read More »
Richard Carmona arrived in Washington a political novice in 2002 and left four years later scarred and frustrated. He didn't go quietly.Read More »
Congressional candidate Kirk Adams now has the support of both Arizona senators, as the state’s senior senator today announced that he would be endorsing Adams in his 5th Congressional district run.Read More »
Though the state doesn’t have a law requiring presidential candidates prove their citizenship, Arizona’s top elections official says he may not put President Barack Obama’s name on the Arizona ballot if Hawaii officials don’t confirm that the president was born in that state.Read More »
Two Democratic candidates in a southern Arizona congressional race are being denied access to a voter list by their own party.Read More »