Garcia rises from Senate analyst to candidate for state schools chief
David Garcia worked for a year at the Arizona Capitol last decade, but that didn’t motivate him to dive much deeper into politics, beyond voting.
Commission votes to enter into penalty settlement discussion with Huppenthal
The Citizens Clean Elections Commission voted o find that there was reason to believe Superindent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal violated the law by using state resources for campaigning. At the same time, the commission voted to enter into penalty settlement discussion with Huppenthal. The terms of the penalties will be reviewed at the next meeting of the commission.
Superintendent candidates present strikingly different visions for Common Core
The two candidates for state superintendent of public instruction have strikingly different visions for the future of the Common Core State Standards in Arizona.
Reagan wins GOP secretary of state race
Sen. Michele Reagan will be the Republican nominee for secretary of state after winning her three-way primary.
Huppenthal faces complaints that he used state resources for campaign
The Arizona Democratic Party and a conservative lobbyist are alleging in separate complaints filed with the Citizens Clean Elections Commission that Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal used state resources for campaigning.
Huppenthal calls press conference about illegal immigration, then denies he is pandering
Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal called a press conference today to talk about the impact of illegal immigration on Arizona education.