Democratic Rep. Eric Meyer is the Republican Party’s great white whale in the Arizona House of Representatives. For six years, he has eluded a string of Republican candidates and fended off their attacks, beating the odds in three straight elections to win a House seat in the Republican-leaning but defiantly moderate Legislative District 28.Read More »
How many votes does it take win an unopposed write-in campaign in the primary election and become a contender on the November ballot?
It all depends on your political party.
National Republicans are helping raise the profile of Arizona congressional candidate Andy Tobin by picking him to deliver the GOP's national radio address Saturday.Read More »
Rep. Martin Quezada beat out Rep. Lydia Hernandez to secure the nomination to the Senate in the heavily Democratic west Phoenix Legislative District 29.Read More »
It appears the second time's the charm for Yuma Democrat Charlene Fernandez, who is beating her challenger in the Democratic primary for an open House seat in Legislative District 4.Read More »
In a race of Democratic representatives trying to make the jump to an open Senate seat, Lydia Hernandez has a narrow 33 vote lead over fellow lawmaker Martin Quezada.Read More »
Rancher Gary Kiehne has taken the lead over House Speaker Andy Tobin in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District’s GOP primary, climbing from behind to now 400 votes ahead.Read More »
House Republicans moved toward a vote Thursday to address the immigration crisis on the border, after GOP leaders agreed to conservative demands for a separate vote aimed at blocking President Barack Obama from expanding deportation relief to millions.Read More »
As the primary election draws near, Democratic and Republican candidates for public office in Arizona are preaching the importance of voting in the primary election. It decides the fate of most of Arizona’s elected offices and designates the party’s representative for the general election in competitive races.Read More »
Dem school superintendent debate: One candidate praises school choice, the other criticizes charter schools
Democratic superintendent for public instruction candidate David Garcia sounded a little like a conservative in a debate on July 14, extolling school choice and giving a nod to school tuition organizations.Read More »