Jon Hulburd is spending like a man who believes he has a chance to win. The Democrat contributed $250,000 to his campaign for Arizona's 3rd Congressional District on Oct. 25, the second such contribution of that amount he's made in the final weeks of the election season.Read More »
Lawmakers seeking to join a lawsuit to stop a casino in Glendale are casting their fight as a state's rights issue, but the city is the one paying the bills.Read More »
A judge denied Republican attorney general candidate Tom Horne’s request for an injunction against television ads being run by a Democratic-funded group, Horne said.Read More »
Many Democrats view the attorney general’s race as their best chance of winning a statewide office in 2010, and national organizations from both sides have spent nearly $1 million in the final weeks of the campaign.Read More »
The Maricopa County Republican Party's move to strip Grant Woods and two other members of a precinct committee of their voting rights was illegal, interim County Attorney Rick Romley said.Read More »
Prominent sportsmen organizations felt former Gov. Janet Napolitano didn’t take their interests seriously when she appointed a non-hunter to the Game & Fish Commission.
It’s unlikely to happen again.
Ben Quayle reversed his opposition to a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage late in his campaign.Read More »
Jon Hulburd gave himself a boost in his bid for Arizona’s 3rd Congressional District, writing a $250,000 check to his campaign.Read More »
The longtime lobbyist, who heads up the firm Policy Development Group, became Sen. Dennis DeConcini’s top staff member at just 24 years old, but didn’t take long to decide that the Beltway wasn’t for him. Since then, Ober has been at the forefront of some of Arizona’s most contentious public policy debates.Read More »
Democrat Harry Mitchell is in his second general election battle against Republican challenger David Schweikert. Campaign advertising has accused Mitchell of voting to cut billions of dollars from Medicare and labeled him “too liberal” for the district.Read More »