Incumbents are carrying the night in Scottsdale’s Legislative District 23 House race, with staunchly conservative Reps. Michelle Ugenti and John Kavanagh beating back a challenge from a more moderate Republican, former Scottsdale School Board president Jennifer Petersen.Read More »
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Congressman David Schweikert took an early lead in his battle with fellow incumbent Congressman Ben Quayle.
Schweikert had about 54 percent of the vote in Arizona’s 6th Congressional District, according to early ballot results from Maricopa County. Quayle trailed with 46 percent.
U.S. Justice Department monitors will be in Maricopa County to observe Tuesday’s primary election.Read More »
Aside from a handful of key votes, U.S. Reps. Ben Quayle and David Schweikert sought to define themselves - without drawing stark contrasts with each other - in a debate Monday between the two up-and-coming Republican freshmen.Read More »
A primary matchup is brewing between Sen. John Nelson of Litchfield Park and Sen. Don Shooter of Yuma.Read More »
Preliminary results from exit polling in Arizona and Michigan suggest voters in each state made up their minds earlier than voters in previous contests. While voters remain focused on the economy, abortion and immigration are growing in importance.Read More »
Arizona Republicans go to the polls this week in what could be one of the least-watched races in the presidential primary.Read More »
The deadline for registering to vote in Arizona's upcoming Republican and Green Party presidential primaries is at the close of business Monday.Read More »
As the draft map did, the final legislative map sets the stage for a Crandall-Pearce primary brawl, and both have said they anticipate running against each other in the new LD25.Read More »
With a deadline looming, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said she'd like her state to have an earlier 2012 presidential primary "if at all possible" but that she remains open to a negotiated alternative such as having Republican candidates debate in the state.Read More »