Phoenix police are recommending that state Sen. Scott Bundgaard be charged with assault in a case of alleged domestic violence involving an ex-girlfriend.Read More »
Embattled Sen. Scott Bundgaard was removed from his position as Senate majority leader during a closed-door meeting with colleagues on Tuesday morning.Read More »
Arizona Capitol Times reporter Luige del Puerto talks the latest turn in the story of Senate Majority Leader Scott Bundgaard's attempt to hold on to his position and battle the controversy around his Feb. 25 domestic violence incident.Read More »
On any other day, Senate Majority Leader Scott Bundgaard’s absence on the floor on Wednesday would have barely been noticed.Read More »
Various media outlets are now reporting Bundgaard's latest version of events, and sources in the caucus have told our reporter and other members of the Capitol press corps that his explanation for why the gun-pulling incident didn't make the police report is that he wanted to protect Ballard.Read More »
Several Democratic senators are calling on Senate Majority Leader Scott Bundgaard to resign from the Legislature because of an alleged domestic violence incident, and for an ethics investigation if he doesn't.
Sen. Ron Gould, who chairs the Senate Ethics Committee, wants Bundgaard to at least resign his leadership post.
An Arizona legislator is apologizing for a domestic violence incident involving a now-former girlfriend.Read More »