A top staffer in Gov. Doug Ducey’s administration is leaving for the private sector after seven months on the job. Ted Vogt, Ducey’s chief of operations, will leave the Governor’s Office later this month for a job in the private sector.Read More »
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Gov. Doug Ducey wants to take more than $900,000 in funds specifically donated by taxpayers to help post 9/11 veterans to instead operate new cemeteries for veterans near Marana and Flagstaff and keep the doors open at an existing one in Sierra Vista.Read More »
Governor-elect Doug Ducey announced several more hires for his incoming administration, drawing from his campaign staff and people who worked under chief of staff Kirk Adams during his time as House speaker.Read More »
Governor-elect Doug Ducey made some long-awaited announcements about who will serve in his administration, naming four senior staff members, including three who were part of his campaign team.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer says Arizona's Department of Veterans' Services has helped more than 200 homeless vets off the streets.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer named former Rep. Ted Vogt as the next director of the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services. Brewer said Vogt’s military background makes him “uniquely qualified” for the position. Vogt is a former U.S. Air Force intelligence officer and commander of an anti-terrorism unit.Read More »
Democratic Rep. Bruce Wheeler and political novice Stephanie Mach are pushing out Republican Rep. Ted Vogt in Tucson’s Legislative District 10.Read More »
On a recent Thursday night at a barbeque restaurant on Tucson’s east side, Rep. Ted Vogt sat in the front row of a PowerPoint presentation about the dangers on the U.S.-Mexico border, watching as a former Border Patrol agent clicked through slides of headless bodies that have been dismembered by drug cartels.Read More »
The House on Wednesday passed a bill that aims to redefine what constitutes an intersection, despite warnings by police that the change will lead to more traffic fatalities.
The new definition would give would-be red-light runners extra time to get through an intersection without breaking the law.
A provision in an Arizona bill that riled Twitter and Facebook users for making it criminal to annoy or offend someone online has been dropped. Legislators this week amended a proposal updating state harassment and stalking laws to include smartphones and cyber communication.Read More »