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 »
Tom Horne and Felecia Rotellini were feeling the financial pinch after their hard-fought primary wins in the attorney general’s race.Read More »
The two candidates for Arizona attorney general spent more time throwing figurative elbows at each other than selling themselves to voters during a debate Wednesday.Read More »
A debate scheduled Wednesday evening between candidates for state attorney general is still on though it no longer is sponsored by the state's public campaign finance system.Read More »
Democrat Felecia Rotellini has challenged Republican Tom Horne to three debates in the race to become Arizona's next attorney general.Read More »
Arizona Capitol Times Managing Editor Matt Bunk discusses the Republican Attorney General primary race - still too close to call - and what the matchup will look like in the general election.Read More »
Voters in Tuesday's primary elections will narrow the field of candidates seeking the Arizona attorney general's post.Read More »
Doug Ducey reported spending $581,000 on the Republican primary for state treasurer, more than any state-level candidate except for Buz Mills' defunct gubernatorial campaign.
Ducey, the former CEO of Cold Stone Creamery, spent $100,000 in the week before the Aug. 10 trigger report was submitted to the Arizona Secretary of State's Office. Partly due to the spate of television ads he's aired, Ducey has spent more than every state treasurer candidate from the past two election cycles combined in his four-way primary.
Outside of a late sparring match between Vince Rabago and Felecia Rotellini, the first televised debate among the three Democrats vying for the attorney general's seat lacked the fireworks and animosity of their Republican counterparts.Read More »