GOP leader telling executive committee meeting might not be legally, logistically possible this week
The leader of the Arizona Republican Party is telling members of the party's executive committee that it may not be legally or logistically possible to hold a meeting this week to consider canceling the state-run presidential primary election.
In the heavily crowded Legislative District 22 Senate race, a Democrat has taken the lead. As of 1:45 a.m. on Wednesday, Democrat Eva Diaz had 44.1% of the vote. Republican Steve Robinson had 19.8%, the next closest percentage.
From left are political newcomer and Democrat Cindy Hans and Republican incumbent Sen. J.D. Mesnard. As of 11:16 a.m. on Wednesday, Mesnard was leading with 51.1% of the vote.
Political newcomer Eva Burch is maintaining her lead over Trump-endorsed opponent Robert Scantlebury in the Legislative District 9 Senate race, but the gap has narrowed.
Once derided as “useless” by figures near Donald Trump for shooting down election conspiracy theories, Attorney General Mark Brnovich has maintained a cautious silence as he faces another round of calls for action from his own party related the 2020 election audit. “We’re now anxiously waiting for Attorney General Brnovich and hopefully he’s going to […]