A CD9 GOP poll commissioned by Vernon Parker’s would-be consultants show the former Paradise Valley mayor trailing Don Stapley, but not by much.Read More »
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The medical technology company Ulthera will be the third business in Arizona to receive an award from the state’s $25 million deal-closing fund.Read More »
Sen. David Schapira announced his candidacy today for the 9th Congressional District, which will pit him in the Democratic race against former Sen. Kyrsten Sinema.Read More »
Sen. David Schapira, the Senate minority leader, today strongly signaled he intends to run for Congress.Read More »
Organizers of Arizona’s Dec. 1 GOP presidential debate are primarily looking at three possible venues.
The venues under consideration are the Mesa Arts Center, the Phoenix Convention Center and Gammage Auditorium, according to Republican National Committeeman Bruce Ash.
No one locally expects Mitchell to run for Congress again next year, but the National Republican Congressional Committee is still working to discredit him.Read More »
Why He Ran: “After a while you do things, and you feel like you have an affect on the things that you’re doing… As you progress you think, well gee, if I can do this maybe I can do it on a bigger scope, which is the state government.”Read More »
Light rail — ‘Lite’: A smaller-scale commuter rail will run right down Mill Avenue. Is the area ready?
During the nearly two-year building process for the original light rail line, several business owners in central Phoenix said they were on the brink of ruin. They blamed street- and foot-traffic disruptions caused by the 21-mile major construction project.Read More »
Future Phoenix-area mass transit projects paid partially with federal dollars could be stopped in their tracks.Read More »
The Phoenix area is facing the biggest drop in bus ridership in a decade due to service cutbacks, increased ridership on alternatives such as light rail and a lack of money for marketing services to attract new customers, according to public transportation officials across the Valley.Read More »