Ciscomani takes narrow lead over Engel in CD6
Democrat Kirsten Engel is taking a huge lead over Republican Juan Ciscomani in highly competitive Congressional District 6.
Redistricting panel gets partisan
Partisan members of the Independent Redistricting Commission are making last-minute efforts to craft maps that would help their political parties through the 2030 election.
IRC on track to turn southern AZ congressional district red
The Independent Redistricting Commission is moving to give Republicans an edge in electing members of Congress for the coming decade.
Sen. Engel resigns, runs for Congress
Democratic state Sen. Kirsten Engel resigned September 8 to focus on her congressional campaign in an open southern Arizona seat.
4 state lawmakers seek move to Congress
At least four Arizona lawmakers – three of them Democrats vying for the same open Tucson-area congressional seat – are running for Congress next year.
Democratic lawmaker Kirsten Engel announces run for Congress
Democratic Sen. Kirsten Engel of Tucson announced Friday she's running for Congress, becoming the first candidate to jump into the race to replace retiring Democratic Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick.
Democratic Arizona Rep. Kirkpatrick won’t seek re-election
U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, a five-term Arizona Democrat, announced Friday she won't run for re-election in 2022.
A lot could go wrong for both flyers in LD6 Senate race
In 2018, Felicia French came within 600 votes of doing the improbable – a Democrat flipping a legislative seat in northern Arizona and creating a 30-30 deadlock in the House.
6 ways Congress can fight for recovery from pandemic now
By Valley of the Sun United Way It’s clear the coronavirus has had a devastating impact on workers, families and businesses in Maricopa County and across Arizona. Our community is hurting and without immediate action from Congress, even more families will lose the federal supports that are keeping the country from economic collapse. Locally, requests […]
Projects to restore public lands, national parks can begin
This bipartisan, bicameral legislative victory did not come easily. It took decades of grassroots work and the tireless support of conservation champions in Congress to see permanent funding of the LWCF - a conservation program paid for by royalties from offshore oil and gas drilling in federal waters that typically receives less than half of its allotment.
Congressional incumbents lead their primary races
All nine members of Arizona’s congressional delegation are leading their respective primary races.
Supreme Court passes on appeal of Libertarian Party voter case
The U.S. Supreme Court has quashed a last-ditch effort by the Arizona Libertarian Party to void a state statute which was designed — and succeeded — at keeping its candidates off the ballot. Without comment the justices on Monday rejected a bid by attorney Oliver Hall from the Center for Competitive Democracy asking the court […]