Tom Horne played it safe long after the polls closed, but the Republican attorney general hopeful declared victory after his 5-point lead held through the night.Read More »
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Polling on Arizona’s statewide races has consistently shown GOP candidates on top, and Republicans are optimistic that the anti-Democratic mood sweeping the state and the country will give them total control of state government.
Only a couple of relatively competitive races stand between Republicans and their first sweep of Arizona’s six statewide offices since 1994, not including the Corporation Commission.
A judge denied Republican attorney general candidate Tom Horne’s request for an injunction against television ads being run by a Democratic-funded group, Horne said.Read More »
Many Democrats view the attorney general’s race as their best chance of winning a statewide office in 2010, and national organizations from both sides have spent nearly $1 million in the final weeks of the campaign.Read More »
The Maricopa County Republican Party's move to strip Grant Woods and two other members of a precinct committee of their voting rights was illegal, interim County Attorney Rick Romley said.Read More »
A shell group for the Democratic Attorneys General Association is spending more than $600,000 on TV ads attacking Horne.Read More »
Let’s talk about polls. More specifically, let’s talk about the polls that have recently generated headlines claiming Terry Goddard has erased what some said was a 20-point lead for Jan Brewer, and that Felecia Rotellini and Tom Horne are neck ...Read More »
A poll released Tuesday shows that Republican Tom Horne and Democratic Felecia Rotellini are about even among likely voters in the Arizona attorney general race.Read More »
The candidates for Arizona attorney general have made the race less about the issues facing the state's next top prosecutor and more a contest of experience — and their assessments of each other are brutal.Read More »
Grant Woods' critics on the right may not be able to expel him from the GOP, but they may get the next best thing if they can strip him of his voting rights at the Maricopa County Republican Party.Read More »