“If I’m lucky enough to spot any of them at the Capitol this session, I’ll ask them.” — Rep. John Kavanagh, when asked if he expects Democrats to support a proposal to give the Legislature more authority over money the federal government gives to the state.Read More »
Long before Clint Bolick earned a living terrorizing bureaucrats and politicians in court, he was a teenager trying to figure out why he didn’t fit in with his high school Republican club.Read More »
Many candidates who spent big and lost big this election cycle were bound by one thread — they’re Democrats.
Indeed, Democrats in several races outraised and outspent their opponents by tens of thousands of dollars while others benefited as much by independent spending aimed at helping their campaigns.
By having 17 committees, Adams can give for virtually every experienced member of the caucus a chairmanship.Read More »
Political strategist Karl Rove says there's no front-runner for the Republican Party's 2012 presidential nomination.Read More »
Former White House aide and television news commentator Karl Rove is set to deliver remarks Tuesday before the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. He'll likely discuss last week's Republican congressional victories.Read More »
Pearce's protestations to the media that he never promised to put the brakes on 14th Amendment legislation in favor of reviving the state's economy are downright false, one Republican senator said today.Read More »
When 31 freshman legislators descend on the Capitol next term, their main mission will be tackling the state’s financial crisis, but before they can do that, they will have the monumental task of grasping the budget process, which can be a sensory overload of numbers, jargon, formulas, and political complexities.Read More »
Rep. Debbie Lesko was elected House majority whip, beating Rep. David Stevens in the House Republicans' only contested leadership race. House Speaker Kirk Adams was uncontested in his bid for a second term in charge of the House. Rep. Andy Tobin, who served as majority whip last session, was unconsted in the race for majority leader.Read More »
Tens of thousands of ballots have yet to be counted, and there are still a handful of legislative races that theoretically could still shift from one candidate to another, but there is a growing belief that the Senate will have a 21-9 split, while the House will be divided 40-20.Read More »