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.
The endorsement waiting game ended today (Sept. 4) as Jones and Smith officially backed Ducey, one day after Bennett endorsed the nominee. In a joint statement, Jones and Smith said: “As proud conservatives, we respect the election process, we support the will of the voters, and we endorse Doug Ducey as the Republican nominee for governor.Read More »
Arizona Republicans are officially unified, at least when it comes to party’s nominee for governor.
Christine Jones and Scott Smith, Republican nominee Doug Ducey’s top two opponents in the GOP primary, endorsed the state treasurer today.
Within the last two months, money moaned, crooned and groaned, making promises, praising candidates or scaring voters senseless about the supposed misdeeds of whoever was on the receiving end of its tart tongue.Read More »
Primary predictions submissions have closed.Read More »