Arizona’s current school’s chief has many differences compared to her two predecessors.
Diane Douglas may be out, but she’s not down.
Steve Gaynor finally conceded late Friday he isn't going to be secretary of state.
Katie Hobbs is going to be Arizona’s next secretary of state – and a heartbeat away from governor – absent a sudden and unlikely last-minute burst of votes from Maricopa County favoring Steve Gaynor, her Republican opponent.
Kathy Hoffman was buoyed by the Red for Ed movement and Democratic energy across Arizona, but now, she’s looking for moderate voices to guide her administration.
The latest batch of votes counted Monday put the U.S. Senate out of the reach of Republican Martha McSally and into the hands of an Arizona Democrat for the first time since 1994.
Last Tuesday was supposed to conclude this election season, but in true Arizona fashion, the counting continues.
New election returns Sunday put Democrat Katie Hobbs in striking distance in the race for secretary of state.
Residents in all of the state's 15 counties are going to get another few days to fix problems with their early ballots to ensure their votes are counted.
Arizona Democrats' wish list included picking up a U.S. Senate seat, ousting Gov. Doug Ducey, picking up other statewide seats and flipping the state Senate.
A legal bid by Republicans to change ballot-counting procedures - presumably in their favor - may be too late to help any of their candidates in close races.
Some 600,000 ballots that remain uncounted Wednesday are leaving the race for U.S. Senate and the state schools chief up in the air -- along with possibly some legislative races -- perhaps for days.