Arizona State Treasurer

Jun 13, 2019

Law or not, school voucher oversight in the works

A provision slipped into the budget directs state officials to contract with a private company to help administer Arizona’s school voucher program.

From left are Democratic State Treasurer candidate Mark Manoil, debate moderator Ted Simons, and Republican candidate Kimberly Yee. Yee and Manoil met Oct. 9, 2018, in a debate held at the studios of KAET-TV in Phoenix. (Photo by Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services)
Oct 10, 2018

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.''

Sep 14, 2016

Forese to run for treasurer

The first candidate running for the 2018 Arizona state treasurer race announced his candidacy today.

House sets committee rosters, Dems stronger on Appropriations
Oct 10, 2013

Debt Dilemma

2010 decision to mortgage state’s assets threatens cash reserves

Borrowing billions of dollars allowed Arizona to limp through the worst financial crisis in its history. But the decision to mortgage state assets that include the House and Senate buildings has an unwanted underside: It precludes the state from having significant cash reserves.

Nov 2, 2010

Ducey tops Cherny in free-spending treasurer’s race

Republican Doug Ducey capped the most expensive treasurer's race in Arizona history with a win over Democrat Andrei Cherny.

Nov 1, 2010

Dems fighting to head off statewide sweep

Polling on Arizona’s statewide races has consistently shown GOP candidates on top, and Republicans are optimistic that the anti-Democratic mood sweeping the state and the country will give them total control of state government.

Only a couple of relatively competitive races stand between Republicans and their first sweep of Arizona’s six statewide offices since 1994, not including the[...]

Dec 9, 2009

With a name like ‘Dean Martin,’ it has to be good

Something other than the state's overdrawn checkbook is stewing in the treasurer's office. Dean Martin's campaign Web site - votedeanmartin.com - has been updated with a countdown clock. "It's coming soon" the site says, under a ticker that shows the days, hours, minutes and seconds slipping away. What is "coming soon" remains unclear.