Recent Articles from Paulina Pineda
Rep. Rusty Bowers, R-Mesa, said in order to find solutions to the state’s water crisis, there needs to be political will. Praying might also do the trick, he said.
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office is looking for a little help for its southern Arizona unit, which is swamped with cases from the Arizona Border Strike Force.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich wants money. But not from the anti-racketeering fund.
One of the reasons these three women decided to run for office was for their children. And they’re pushing back against the notion that mothers shouldn’t run for office, saying that being a mom actually makes them more qualified.
The Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to weigh in on whether revenue generated through car rental fees can be used for sports complexes rather than just road construction and maintenance.
Ryan Boyd’s path to politics wasn’t quite a straight line.
Two House Democrats who planned to run as a team for separate caucus leadership roles are now challenging each other for the top spot.
Malfunctioning voting equipment and the lack of a back-up plan led to 62 polling locations opening late for the Aug. 28 primary election, the Maricopa County auditors concluded.
State Rep. Paul Mosley’s short-lived political career is ending with him wanted by the law.
The state’s court website indicates a criminal traffic complaint has been filed against Rep. Paul Mosley, R-Lake Havasu City, who has a history of getting stopped for speeding and claiming legislative immunity.
Two weeks after the Aug. 28 primary election, questions linger about what led to issues at dozens of polling places in Maricopa County, including 62 that didn’t open on time.
Up until the August 28 primary election, the speaker’s race appeared to be a two-way contest between Reps. Darin Mitchell and Rusty Bowers. But with Mitchell’s defeat in the primary, several other candidates have declared their intentions to run for the chamber’s top position.