Sylvia Allen is looking to once again defend her northern Arizona Senate seat, this time against Democrat Wade Carlisle.
Democrats abandoned their single-shot strategy in the Legislative District 28 House race this year, and it paid off.
In perhaps the last legislative race worth watching in Arizona, Sen. Kate Brophy McGee still holds a narrow lead over a former Arizona teacher of the year challenging her re-election bid.
The end of this election cycle is upon us, and while some races are more than predictable, others may be too close to call.
Sen. Bernie Sanders reminded hundreds of students at Arizona State University this week that voter turnout during the 2014 congressional midterm election was abysmal — the worst at any point in modern history.
When we last spoke with music venue extraordinaire Charlie Levy, he was delighting Phoenix politicos with cleverly-named cocktails featuring some of your favorite local politicians. Now he has gone viral, thanks to a nonpartisan voter guide to Arizona ballot initiatives
Democrats may be banking on a blue wave this year, but statewide candidates don’t seem to have embraced their most rural voters and their seemingly untapped potential.
If voters elect Kathy Knecht to the state Senate, she’ll make history. No independent candidate has ever been elected to the Arizona House of Representatives or state Senate.
Early voting has only just begun, but the race for the governor’s office may already be over.
The Arizona treasurer’s race pits the state senate majority leader and former treasurer’s office employee against a tax attorney and former Maricopa County Democratic Party chairman who aspires to shake things up in the state office.
Early voting just started, but the race may already be over.
As politics grow more partisan across the country, a new type of voter — one who isn’t afraid to cross party lines — has emerged this election cycle.