APS admits spending millions in 2014 election of energy regulators
The state’s largest electric utility admitted late Friday that it gave $10.7 million to organizations that spent heavily in the 2014 race for the Arizona Corporation Commission, which regulates energy companies.
AP: Steve Gaynor Arizona’s next Secretary of State
Political newcomer Steve Gaynor rose to the top, and fast.
Are you the ultimate railbird?
The elections are upon us, and now is your opportunity to prove to the entire Capitol community that you’re the smartest railbird around.
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.
Treasurer debate turns personal, testy
Republican treasurer candidate Kimberly Yee labeled a plan by Democrat contender Mark Manoil to have the state help rural financial institutions do more lending as "socialized banking.''
Walkout teachers now in a drive to win US statehouse posts
Kathy Hoffman and the other teacher candidates represent a wild-card political movement following the teacher-driven #RedForEd effort that drew support from parents and school children in Arizona, Colorado, Kentucky, Oklahoma and West Virginia
Ducey tops field of gubernatorial candidates in campaign spending
The Democrats don't even have a gubernatorial candidate yet. But that hasn't kept the Republican Governors Association from already spending more than $9.2 million to ensure that Doug Ducey gets another four-year term, virtually all of that for commercials to attack David Garcia.
Education divide: Dems Farley, Garcia clash on K-12 education policy
Sen. Steve Farley has finally embraced the campaign to raise taxes on wealthy Arizonans to boost education funding after weeks of taking a wait-and-see approach to the Invest in Education Act.
Ducey flush with cash, outraises 3 Democratic opponents
Gov. Doug Ducey outraised all of his Democratic opponents so far this year and ended the first quarter of 2018 with more than $3 million in cash to spend — nearly 10 times what his leading foe has in the bank.