Democratic Rep. Richard Andrade and Democrat Cesar Chavez won the four-way race for two House seats in the West Valley’s Legislative District 29 House Democratic primary.Read More »
The Arizona Supreme Court has rejected Cesar Chavez’s appeal to get back on the 7th Congressional District ballot, ruling he missed the deadline to appeal.Read More »
Cesar Chavez missed the deadline to appeal a ruling that he be barred from running in Arizona’s 7th Congressional District, ending his chances of appearing on ballots in August.Read More »
Claiming he’s “the most well known Cesar Chavez alive today,” congressional hopeful Cesar Chavez has turned to the web to raise funds so he can hire an attorney who could help appeal a judge’s decision to remove him from the ballot in the 7th Congressional District.Read More »
Chavez’s need of legal representation was painfully clear during his roughly hour-long hearing. After his motion to delay the case because of his lack of an attorney and stated need for medical treatment from Veterans Affairs was denied, Chavez frequently needed Rea’s guidance as he questioned the validity of evidence, took the stand to provide testimony and submitted exhibits of his own.Read More »
After hundreds of signatures were tossed by Maricopa County Superior Court Judge John Rea on Tuesday morning, Cesar Chavez, formerly known as Scott Fistler, was barred from running in CD7, most likely marking the end of a curious bid for Congress.Read More »
Cesar Chavez, formerly GOP candidate Scott Fistler, is making a blatant attempt to confuse and mislead voters in Arizona’s 7th Congressional District and should be tossed off the Democratic primary ballot, according to a challenge to Chavez’s candidacy filed Tuesday.Read More »
A National Park Service recommendation could bring federal designation to the building near downtown where farm labor leader César Chávez is said to have first uttered “Sí se puede.”Read More »
Federal officials are launching a civil rights investigation into the treatment of Latinos in the Tucson Unified School District.Read More »
A tongue-in-cheek comment has landed one Arizona lawmaker some bad press – and some misdirected support.
Rep. Cecil Ash, R-Mesa, thought he was making a joke to lighten the tense mood when he spoke up during Monday’s floor session.