The careers of most politicians would crumble under the heavy scrutiny that the self-proclaimed toughest sheriff in America now faces.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer and Mitt Romney's son are among the scheduled speakers at the Arizona Republican Party's state convention.Read More »
TUCSON a�� The Arizona Republican Party is spending big on attacks on former Gabrielle Giffords aide Ron Barber in the 8th Congressional District special election.Read More »
A March mailer from the Arizona Republican Party appears to have widened a political rift among factions of county precinct committeemen and may have run afoul of federal rules that offer lower mailing rates for non-profit political entities.Read More »
The expenditures listed on campaign finance reports for political parties typically are what you would expect: salaries, office and travel expenses, website development, bank fees, polling, rental fees for events and political consulting fees. Something stands out, however, on the Arizona Republican Party’s state campaign finance report.Read More »
Recalled former Sen. Russell Pearce is eyeing a return to the Capitol and recently filed paperwork with the Secretary of State’s Office that would set the stage for 2012 campaign.Read More »
The precariousness of the party’s financial situation was exemplified when Morrissey made an impassioned pitch for delegates to give money to the party.Read More »
Russell Pearce made his return to Arizona politics today, nearly three months after being the first legislator recalled in the state’s 100-year history, when Arizona Republican Party activists overwhelmingly elected him to the No. 2 post in the party.Read More »
At least one presidential candidate will be on hand for the Arizona Republican Party’s straw poll.
Libertarian-leaning, GOP orthodoxy-bashing U.S. Rep. Ron Paul will be a guest speaker at the state party’s meeting on Jan. 28, where he’ll look for a straw poll win in anticipation of Arizona’s presidential preference primary in late February.
Russell Pearce may have been ousted by the voters in his legislative district in last year’s historic recall election, but proof of his enduring popularity among Republican activists will be on full display later this month, as the former Senate president is set to be elected to second-in-command of the Arizona Republican Party. When voters at the state GOP’s annual meeting on Jan. 28 elect a host of new officers, Pearce’s name will be on the ballot as a candidate for first vice-chairman of the party, and his victory – despite the presence of an opponent – is as assured as is tomorrow’s sunrise.Read More »