The eight Republican candidates in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District may not agree on much, but all of them say that freshman Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick is vulnerable.Read More »
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One of the House seats in Legislative District 10 has become the center of attention and drama in the GOP primary – Republicans want to protect it, ousted former lawmaker Doug Quelland wants it back and rising star Kimberly Yee wants to keep it.Read More »
The Senate race in Legislative District 6, one of the Valley’s most conservative enclaves, best illustrates the ideological wrangling within the Republican Party.Read More »
Businessman and philanthropist Steve Moak has been on the defense this week after political rival Ben Quayle claimed in a flyer that Moak used his nonprofit charity to make millions for his former company.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer could be getting a big financial boost from national Republicans in her bid to be elected to a full term of her own.Read More »
Colorado Republicans say they want to introduce a bill next year that will crack down on illegal immigration and they're looking to Arizona lawmakers for advice.Read More »
State Treasurer Dean Martin's campaign for the Republican nomination for governor was short on cash before qualifying for $707,000 in public funding in late June, but he then paid more than $130,000 to his campaign manger and other consultants in the 11 days before he suspended his campaign.Read More »
Campaigning as a write-in candidate is much like starting a marathon a couple of hours after all of the other runners — you can win, but only if you’ve got strong legs, a solid support team and a whole lot of luck.Read More »
Jesse Kelly has edged Jonathan Paton in their latest fundraising report.
Paton, however, still maintained an overall financial advantage over his main opponent in the Republican primary in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District.
House candidates in District 11 are among the biggest spenders in legislative races.
GOP candidates Shawnna Bolick and Kate Brophy McGee spent almost identical sums this reporting period, which ran from June 1 to Aug. 4.