Lake, Richer, Maricopa County, lawsuit, election
Sep 21, 2023

Judge makes clear Lake’s case is about whether records should be made public to anyone

The bench trial in failed gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake’s case to secure ballot affidavit envelopes from Maricopa County got underway today.

elections, We the People Arizona Alliance, ballots, voters, Maricopa County, judge
Sep 20, 2023

Judge considering if company’s work on elections opens vendor up to public records request

A superior court judge is mulling whether Runbeck Election Services’ work on Maricopa County elections was substantial enough to open the vendor up to public records requests.  

political ads, election, 2024, AdImpact
Sep 19, 2023

Arizonans can expect huge increase in campaign ads ahead of 2024 election

Arizonans should brace themselves to be inundated with campaign advertising between now and the November 2024 election.

Finchem, Lake, Senate, House, Secretary of State, 2024 primary
Sep 12, 2023

Lake and Finchem want panel to reconsider dismissal of lawsuit

Failed gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and secretary of state candidate Mark Finchem want a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals panel to reconsider the dismissal of their lawsuit seeking to ban electronic voting systems.  

Sep 6, 2023

Arizona judge rules common practice of validating ballot signatures illegal

A practice used by some, if not all, Arizona counties to verify signatures on early ballots may be illegal.

judges, Goldwater Institute, retention, voters, ballots
Sep 6, 2023

Goldwater Institute files petition seeking to allow all state voters to consider judges’ retention

The Goldwater Institute filed a special action petition seeking to allow all Arizona voters to weigh in on retention for Arizona Court of Appeals judges, not just those in their jurisdiction, and alleges the current residency-based retention system sows voter disenfranchisement and violates the Arizona Constitution.  

Lake, appeal, governor, Hobbs, election
Aug 29, 2023

Lake can argue she’s entitled to review signatures on ballot envelopes

Kari Lake is going to get a chance to argue she's entitled to examine signatures on ballot envelopes from the 2022 election in her bid to overturn the gubernatorial election.

Lake, Richer, Maricopa County, lawsuit, election
Aug 22, 2023

Lake trying to get Richer’s defamation lawsuit thrown out

Failed gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake says she had a absolute right to publicly accuse Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer of illegally sabotaging the election with mis-sized ballots even though a judge ruling in her challenge to the 2022 election had already rejected that complaint as unproven.

ballots, Cochise County, Stevens, elections
Aug 10, 2023

County tailors ballot project to politically connected firm 

As an Arizona county prepares to spend up to $1 million in state money to test anti-counterfeit features on ballots, it appears the project was tailored for one company in particular that has pushed the idea with the help of political allies in the state for more than two years. 

Hamadeh, Mayes, election contest, Mohave County
Aug 4, 2023

Hamadeh asks court to order new trial in his bid to overturn AG race

Claiming legal errors and improper government interference, Abe Hamadeh is asking the Arizona Supreme Court to order that he be given a new trial in his bid to overturn the race for attorney general.

hand counts, election, Mohave County, Pinal County, Cochise County, Rogers, Borrelli
Aug 2, 2023

Rural counties debate prospect of hand counting election ballots

More rural counties toyed with the prospect of hand counting ballots in the 2024 election this week, on the urging of two state lawmakers, a handful of board members and constituents with election trust issues.

Lake, Hobbs, election, governor
Jul 26, 2023

Lake can’t jump the line in her attempt to overturn her loss to Hobbs

Kari Lake isn't going to get to jump the line in her bid to overturn her loss of the gubernatorial race to Katie Hobbs.