Arizona Capitol Times reporter Jeremy Duda talks about what early ballots mean to campaign strategy and what can be expected from the most watched races in the final weeks before November's election.Read More »
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Search for congressional candidate Ben Quayle on Google and you won’t just see the political progeny’s website in the top results. There’s also an eye-catching advertisement in the right column that looks strikingly similar to traditional search results.Read More »
Jon Hulburd’s biggest disadvantage so far is that he’s a pro-choice Democrat running for a congressional seat in a heavily Republican district. Ben Quayle’s most significant challenge will be to convince voters from his own party that his moral compass is working properly.Read More »
“Jonathan Hulburd’s wife won’t give him the amount of money it would take for him to beat Ben Quayle.” — Sean Noble, former chief of staff to U.S. Rep. John Shadegg, referring to Hulburd’s wife, whose family owns household products giant S.C. Johnson.Read More »
The race for the open seat in Arizona’s 3rd Congressional District didn’t take long to get, um, dirty. And ironically, it’s been all about who has staked out the moral high ground.Read More »
A handful of the 304 races Aug. 24 ended in upsets. Whether it was a no-name beating a household name or a cash-poor candidate beating a well-funded one, these races deserve a second glance:Read More »
If you thought the cantankerousness (yep, that’s really a word) of Arizona’s 3rd Congressional District would end after the 10-way GOP primary race, Jon Hulburd has some news for you. Hulburd’s campaign blasted a statement into Arizona’s e-mail netherworld that just ripped Quayle ...Read More »
There were some big surprises last night: Chris Deschene toppled Sam Wercinski on the Democratic side of the secretary of state race; Cloves Campbell Jr. lost his House seat; and David Braswell got whomped by Lori Klein in the Legislative District ...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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Voters across Arizona are choosing party nominees for the state's eight congressional districts in Tuesday's primary.Read More »