Corporation Commission

money-stacks-webExplosive spending could be new norm for Corp Comm elections
More than $7 million poured into this year’s Arizona Corporation Commission, largely from two continually sparring foes whose businesses rely heavily on the regulatory body.

A look at Arizona election winners, losers

Election Day in Arizona saw Republicans winning the presidential vote despite Democratic efforts to tap into the state's growing demographic shift, a GOP sweep of statewide utility regulator races, and a sturdy defense of a swing congressional district in southern Arizona.

A day of drama: Here is a rundown of who won, who lost in Tuesday’s election

Arizona failed to turn blue in the presidential election, but Democrats picked up at least one seat in the Legislature, and voters ousted the infamous Republican Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
File photo of Corporation Commissioner Bob Burns (Photo by Rachel Leingang, Arizona Capitol Times)

Burns, Tobin, Dunn win Corp Comm seats

The Arizona Corporation Commission will remain an all-Republican body for the time being after three GOP candidates were the top vote-getters Tuesday.