As the political season begins in earnest and campaign signs start to pepper roads around the state, a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision is complicating cities’ abilities to regulate other kinds of signs.Read More »
Candidates are not going to get an extra month or so ahead of primary elections to put up their campaign signs.Read More »
The state Senate on Monday gave preliminary approval to allowing candidates to put up their signs starting 86 days before the election. That’s nearly twice as long as now permitted.Read More »
One detail included in attorney Lee Miller’s response to the complaints against Forese and Little arched many a political observer’s eyebrow: The declaration that the candidates purchased 600 signs at a cost of $12,972, or $21.62 per sign.Read More »
A Republican representative says she believes a senator who accused her of harassing his teenage daughter and threatened to kill her bills is truly remorseful.Read More »
Facing an ethics complaint that calls for his removal from the Arizona Senate for allegations that he behaved unprofessionally, Sen. Rich Crandall has apologized for threatening to kill the bills of a fellow Republican who he believed harassed his daughter.Read More »
Rep. John Fillmore has defended a former lawmaker who was accused of domestic violence. And he’s asked the courts to be lenient on another legislator who was convicted of defrauding a children’s charity.
But the Apache Junction Republican says his political challenger, Sen. Rich Crandall, should be subject to an ethics trial, removed from his committee chairmanship and ultimately ousted from office because Crandall threatened to kill future legislation backed by Fillmore’s House colleague.