This week's most outstanding quips, gibes and utterances from Arizona's political scene.Read More »
Following several days of fierce Republican criticism over his opposition to laws requiring parental consent for minors who are seeking abortions, Democratic gubernatorial nominee Fred DuVal said he wouldn’t attempt to change those laws if he’s elected governor.Read More »
Like Gov. Jan Brewer in 2009, the winner of the gubernatorial race between Republican Doug Ducey and Democrat Fred DuVal will find himself in the unenviable position of trying to erase a massive budget deficit. Legislative fiscal analysts say the state is expected to face a $520 million deficit for the current fiscal year and will be in a $1 billion hole in fiscal year 2016, which begins next July 1.Read More »
An independent expenditure group that supports Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Ducey accused rival Fred DuVal of helping a group of Puerto Rican terrorists get clemency from the Clinton administration, despite a lack of evidence that the Democratic nominee had any role in the controversy.Read More »
Fred DuVal and Doug Ducey finally found something on which they agree.
Neither wants to divulge whether they ever inhaled.
In their final debate before the Nov. 4 general election, Republican Doug Ducey and Democrat Fred DuVal grappled with how they would solve the billion-dollar deficit they’ll inherit as Arizona’s next governor, with neither candidate giving much in the way of firm proposals.Read More »
Republican Doug Ducey and Democrat Fred DuVal are set to face off for the fifth and final time as each tries to convince voters to elect them as the next Arizona governor.Read More »
Like many Latinos, I was surprised, but not shocked, by Catherine Miranda’s endorsement of Doug Ducey. In her letter, she cites Ducey’s time as a CEO and his “Opportunity for All” campaign slogan as her justification. The problem is even a quick examination of his record, his endorsements and his positions demonstrate that “Opportunity for All” doesn’t include Latinos. Let me explain why.Read More »
Kevin Chaffee, the former Washington Times reporter who wrote the 2001 article on notorious lobbyist Edward von Kloberg III’s farewell party for DuVal that was cited yesterday (Oct. 9) by the Arizona Republican Party, confirmed that the party was at the lobbyist’s double penthouse in DC.Read More »
For the first time, a publicly released poll of the Arizona governor’s race showed Democrat Fred DuVal in the lead.Read More »