When ousted lawmaker Don Shooter first acknowledged he might run for office again, the Yuma Republican described his potential campaign as wholly reliant on supporters in Yuma who insisted he make a comeback.
The latest plan, set for debate on Wednesday in the House Appropriations Committee, would require initiative backers to gather signatures in each of the state’s 30 legislative districts.
In a race that was at times overshadowed by a feud between the state party and one of its most active district organizations, Jonathan Lines of Yuma County emerged as the next chairman of the Arizona Republican Party.
Donald Trump became the 45th president of the United States at noon today, but some Arizonans won’t yet accept that fact.
The final campaign finance reports from the Maricopa County sheriff's election show that Republican Joe Arpaio spent a total of $12.6 million in his unsuccessful bid for a seventh term in office.
Voter registration in Arizona has increased by nearly 58,000 since the November general election even though the next full election cycle is nearly two years away.
Arizona's three most populous counties now have new sheriffs after the election defeats of top lawmen in Pima and Maricopa counties and the decision by the Pinal County sheriff to make a failed bid for a congressional seat.
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.
This year, obviously, brought a contentious election nationally, with Republican Donald Trump winning Arizona and the presidency. But we also saw pension reform, student protests, an attempt at marijuana legalization and months of tumult at the Department of Economic Security. Here are the best images from 2016.
Arizona health officials announced an emergency infusion of funds to help offset the costs of the state’s new minimum wage.
The new speaker of the Arizona House said Monday there appear to be legal grounds for someone to sue to overturn the minimum wage hike just approved by voters.
Secretary of State Michele Reagan issued the election canvass today, putting an official end to the 2016 election.