Tax filings by the conservative nonprofit organization American Encore confirm that Doug Ducey’s longtime ally Sean Noble was at the center of the multimillion-dollar dark money campaign that helped get him elected.Read More »
It’s back to the drawing board for the Republicans in Arizona’s 9th Congressional District after former GoDaddy executive and 2014 gubernatorial hopeful Christine Jones decided against a run for Congress.Read More »
Republicans’ dream of finding a serious challenger to Democratic Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema may be a step closer to reality. Christine Jones, the former GoDaddy executive who sought the GOP nomination for governor in 2014, is considering a run for the 9th Congressional District. Jones told the Arizona Capitol Times that she will meet with officials from the National Republican Congressional Committee next week.Read More »
As Christine Jones continues to circulate in the political world, many are asking the same question – what’ll she run for next?Read More »
Two Republican candidates for Arizona governor who poured millions from their personal wealth into their primary election efforts last year were the top donors in the 2014 election.Read More »
Phoenix Vice Mayor Jim Waring confirmed to our reporter yesterday that he spoke with Christine Jones a few months ago about the possibility of her running for mayor, but he wouldn’t characterize it as recruitment or call it “pressure.”Read More »
Christine Jones’ name has been floating around as a possible candidate for Phoenix mayor, and rumors abound that she’s commissioned a poll on the race.Read More »
A rundown of the people and groups who ended 2014 on the upswing and those who are glad to see the year come to an end.Read More »
Arizona’s new campaign contribution limits pumped an additional $8.6 million from individual contributors into the 2014 election, with Governor-elect Doug Ducey accounting for nearly a quarter of that extra money.Read More »
Now that Doug Ducey has secured the Republican nomination for governor, many politicos speak of his primary win as a forgone conclusion.<br.
The state treasurer and former Cold Stone Creamery CEO locked up support from a broad coalition of GOP supporters early, out-fundraised his opponents, put millions of dollars of his money into his campaign when it mattered most and was able to withstand a massive negative advertising campaign against him.