The top two Republicans who lost their races for state office last month are making a new legal bid in their separate efforts to outlaw the use of machines to tabulate votes in Arizona.
Claims by failed gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake that the general election was rigged and that printer issues were caused by "intentional misconduct'' are little more than speculation and should be dismissed, the attorney for Katie Hobbs, her successful Democratic foe argued Thursday.
Republican Kari Lake and supporters of her failed campaign for Arizona governor are attacking Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs as having a conflict of interest for overseeing the election she won.
Lawsuits don't match political rhetoric on election.
Maricopa County is slapping back at allegations by the Attorney General's Office that there were violations of state law in the handling of Election Day problems.
After a campaign in which she all but promised not to accept defeat, Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake has stuck to her word and hasn’t conceded the race she lost.
A fight is brewing over Election Day voting equipment problems in Maricopa County and Supervisor Bill Gates took some shots at critics after days of withering criticism over the county’s election operations.
The Superintendent of Public Instruction race is set to come down to a recount as Democratic incumbent Kathy Hoffman and conservative Tom Horne continually swapped slight leads and small margins with each ballot drop.
The candidate who earned the most votes around the state in a contested race was Kimberly Yee, the incumbent Republican treasurer who trounced her Democratic opponent, Sen. Martin Quezada, D-Glendale, by 11 percentage points.
Republicans took control of Arizona’s formerly Democrat-led congressional delegation this week, contributing to flipping the U.S. House of Representatives.
The Associated Press called a victory for incumbent Rep. David Schweikert, R-Ariz., who furthered the gap between him and Democrat Jevin Hodge in Congressional District 1’s House of Representatives race.
When the Republican candidate for Arizona governor accused the state's most populous county of "slow-rolling" the vote count to skew early election results, a local official fired back.