Recent Articles from Dillon Rosenblatt
Ducey’s 2 Daniels pass the torch
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]They may share the first name, but around the halls of the Executive Tower’s Ninth Floor, they are known respectively as “Scarp” and “Ruiz.” For the past six or so years the two Daniels – Scarpinato and Ruiz – have worked closely together turning a relationship of colleagues into one of good friends as they weathered the flak that co[...]
Ex-Cap Times reporters launch publication
There’s a new political publication in town led by a couple of veteran reporters.
Trump championed restaurant owner enters race for governor
There’s a new Republican candidate for governor, and President Trump has publicly shown support for him in the past.
Ducey used state plane for Trump events
For three months in 2020, Arizona taxpayers fronted the bill of nearly $10,000 so Gov. Doug Ducey could campaign for President Trump and Vice President Pence.
Cards spurning vax could muddle bets
Arizonans are only days away from being able to place legal bets at a sportsbook or on a mobile device, but the raging Covid pandemic coupled with the low-vaccination rate of the Arizona Cardinals could complicate matters for bettors.
Several lawmakers weighing resignation
Competitive races are already filling the entire 2022 ballot with roughly a year to go before the primary election on August 2, and several state lawmakers are planning to resign from their $24,000 a year jobs to focus on full-time campaigning.
Top Ducey aides leave for new jobs
Two senior staffers for Gov. Doug Ducey are leaving their jobs after nearly seven years.
‘Why don’t you listen to what I have to say?’
The crowd’s treatment of her raised the question of whether the Arizona Republican Party is doomed in the 2022 general election if this crowd was going to turn on one of the most conservative lawmakers in the state
State sets rules for sports betting
Fantasy sports betting in Arizona is going to happen officially in one month and going to a sportsbook to put a wager on a team for the Super Bowl will shortly follow.
State health director to leave post
Dr. Cara Christ, the Arizona state health director who helped lead the state through the Covid pandemic, is leaving her post to join Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona.
Records to reveal Senate audit finances
The public may soon get some answers about funding and other mysteries that supporters of the Arizona Senate’s audit of the 2020 election have been trying to keep hidden.
Senate audit fundraising boon for GOP
The Arizona Senate’s election audit has become a fundraising tool for candidates and state parties since it began in April, and the past three months have shown Republicans coming out on top.