Attorney Lee Miller said that yesterday’s report on Forese and Little’s payments for signature gathering made some wildly off-base assumptions, and, as a result, jumped to erroneous legal conclusions.Read More »
Republicans Tom Forese and his teammate, Doug Little of Scottsdale, have cemented their lead in the ferocious four-way Republican battle for the Corporation Commission, the latest tally shows.Read More »
The Arizona Capitol Times asked its readers to predict how the primary elections would turn out. Here’s a look at what the newspaper’s readers think will happen.Read More »
So, you waited until today to vote. Perhaps you weren’t sure which candidate you like. Or maybe you just didn’t get an early ballot. There are some things you need to know.Read More »
A litigious libertarian think tank has asked the president of the state’s largest utility to account for the company’s political activity, and specifically whether the utility’s customers have been funding its electioneering or lobbying.Read More »
For months, we heard the resounding warnings about how new Environmental Protection Agency regulations aimed at power generation could affect Arizona consumers and businesses. Now that the agency’s proposal has officially been released, it is clear that these warnings were not in vain, for the guidelines EPA put forth will leave our state and our country on the brink of economic calamity.Read More »
Money is the lifeblood of political speech, and in this election cycle, outside groups and dark money entities are doing most of the talking.Read More »
In a company blog, the chief of Arizona’s largest utility company lashed out at the political advocacy arm of residential solar companies and highlighted the Arizona Corporation Commission candidates the group is supporting.Read More »
For a dose of fear and loathing on the campaign trail, check your mailbox.
As early ballots started arriving by mail this week for the primary election, voters’ mailboxes are also filling up with another kind of election material — political attack ads.
The Arizona Free Enterprise Club has never shown much of an interest in who serves as Arizona’s secretary of state. That changed this year. So far, the conservative, free market advocacy group has spent nearly $480,000 in the three-way Republican primary for secretary of state, promoting Rep. Justin Pierce, R-Mesa, and attacking opponents Wil Cardon and Sen. Michele Reagan, R-Scottsdale.Read More »