The power vacuum U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick will leave behind as she runs for the U.S. Senate is drawing many familiar faces into the contest for Arizona’s 1st Congressional District – including well-known politicians who live outside the district’s boundaries.Read More »
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Former Secretary of State and Senate President Ken Bennett said he plans to run for the vacant First Congressional District seat in next year’s election.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 »
Secretary of State Ken Bennett isn’t ready to ride off into the sunset after a nearly 30-year career of political and appointed office, but he’s not trying to execute a grand plan of attaining high political office either.Read More »
A group of voters from CD2 sued Bennett late yesterday, claiming that the recount process in the Barber-McSally race is being conducted in violation of state law, but the court this afternoon rejected the request.Read More »
Attorneys for U.S. Rep. Ron Barber filed a federal suit Monday morning to stall the certification of Arizona’s election results until at least 133 votes can be added to the final tally.Read More »
Having lost their bids for statewide office in the primary, both Bennett and Vernon Parker are setting their sights a bit lower: Each will be running for the Republican Party chairman post in his legislative district.Read More »
Fears that thousands of voters would be denied the right to vote for state officials this year were proven wrong in the state's first use of a two-tier voting system.Read More »
Nearly three out of four registered voters in Arizona didn't bother to cast ballots for any of the primary races.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.