Conservation group to spend $2.8 M to sway Corp Comm vote
If money is speech, the state's largest electric utility is not going to have the only voice this year in trying to affect who gets elected to the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Major takeaways from last night’s primary elections
In case you missed our coverage of last night’s primary elections, here are the major takeaways.
Sandra Kennedy, Kiana Sears win Corp Comm Democratic primary
Former Corporation Commissioner Sandra Kennedy has easily claimed one of two Democratic nominations for two open Arizona Corporation Commission seats.
Controversy over immunity takes toll on Mosley at LD5 polls
Early voting poll results show a controversy over misuse of legislative immunity may be the political undoing of Rep. Paul Mosley.
Scandal-plagued Gowan wins GOP nomination for return to Legislature
David Gowan’s tumultuous turn as speaker of the House hasn’t turned off voters, who appear poised to send the Sierra Vista Republican back to the Capitol.
Incumbent Mitchell loses LD13 Republican House primary
Incumbent Rep. Darin Mitchell appears to be falling short in his bid for a return to the Arizona House of Representatives.
Victoria Steele wins easily in comeback bid
Former state representative Victoria Steele has a sizable early lead in the race that will likely determine the next state senator in Legislative District 9.
Teran, Meza win LD30 Democratic House primary
Voters in west Phoenix and Glendale are giving Democrat Raquel Teran a shot in her second bid for a seat in the Arizona Legislature.
Doug Ducey easily defeats Bennett, wins GOP nomination
Gov. Doug Ducey easily brushed off an intraparty challenge from former Secretary of State Ken Bennett Tuesday.
Sen. Steve Smith calls on Wendy Rogers to withdraw from CD1 race
State Sen. Steve Smith called on rival candidate Wendy Rogers to drop out of the Republican primary for Arizona’s 1st Congressional District and threatened to sue her over radio ads and a website.
Corporation Commission top staff aide heeds calls to resign
The Arizona Corporation Commission's executive director has heeded calls for his resignation after disclosing that his wife works for a lobbying firm hired by a campaign group financially supported by a regulated utility to fight a renewable-energy ballot initiative.
Effort to legalize recreational marijuana falls short on needed signatures
Arizonans aren't going to get a chance to decide whether they want to legalize recreational use of marijuana, at least not this year.