Arizona residents donated $1.5 million toward President Donald Trump’s record-breaking inauguration fund, dwarfing the $26,000 that Arizonans gave to the last inauguration of President Barack Obama.Read More »
In the days preceding the inauguration of America’s 45th president, my family collected paper maps of Washington, D.C., and drew out action plans of where we would go in the event of an emergency.Read More »
The Ducey administration last week replied to US House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who had sought governors’ input on how the federal government should repeal, replace and reform the Affordable Care Act.Read More »
Taking the oath of office as Arizona’s 23rd governor, Doug Ducey foreshadowed a conservative agenda in his administration, vowing a lean budget, efficient government, more choice in education and a focus on bringing new companies and jobs to the state.Read More »
Former Phoenix residents Tyler O’Connor and Enrique Garcia took different paths to the Army.
O’Connor knew at age 7 that he wanted to be a soldier and spent four years in Army ROTC at Arizona State University to earn a commission in the infantry. Garcia decided much later to enlist, about a year after high school. O’Connor wound up serving in Afghanistan, Garcia was deployed twice to Iraq.
The website for the 57th Presidential Inauguration tells people who want tickets to contact their senator or representative in the 113th Congress.
That assumes you can find your representative and he has an office, someone to answer the phone or even an official website.
The bald pate and rotund body seen here on the Capitol veranda is that of George W.P. Hunt, photographed on Valentine’s Day, 1912, delivering his inaugural address as the state’s first governor.Read More »
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's office reports that she spent close to $65,000 on her Jan. 3 inauguration at the State Capitol.Read More »