Ex-Navajo President Zah guided by love for people, family
Peterson Zah, a monumental Navajo Nation leader who guided the tribe through a politically tumultuous era and worked tirelessly to correct wrongdoings against Native Americans, has died.
Lawmakers aim to lure Hollywood to state with tax credits
State lawmakers have agreed to use the lure of millions of dollars in tax credits in hopes of bringing Hollywood to Arizona.
Legal challenges to election head to court
Attorneys for state and county election officials head to federal court Tuesday to quash one of the two remaining bids to overturn the vote for Joe Biden in Arizona. And time may be running out for a final decision.
GOP county chairs urge Ducey to call special session
Top officials of the 15 Republican county committees want a special session -- and soon -- to order an audit of the machinery used to count ballots. But only in Maricopa County.
The Criminalization of Politics
Striking the right balance is hard. But there should be a strong presumption in favor of leaving politics – and its inherent passions and prejudices – at the courthouse door. Criminalizing politics doesn't just poison our government and undermine our justice system. It imperils our nation as a whole.
Local pollsters predict Biden will win Arizona Democratic PPE
Pollsters agree the Arizona Presidential Preference Election on March 17 is Joe Biden’s to lose.
Warren rises on popularity of anti-wealthy rhetoric, falls on Medicare for all
Democratic voters in Arizona and across the country are divided over which of the party’s top candidates should challenge President Trump. Joe Biden continues to lead the field in most polls, but Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are running in a close second and third place, respectively. South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg has been rising in the polls but he faces stiff odds of becoming the nomi[...]
Jalakoi Solomon: Motivating millennials to vote
Jalakoi Solomon led NextGen Arizona’s youth voter outreach initiative, which boosted turnout among young voters this election cycle.
Sanders stumps for Garcia to rally young voters
As he lags in the polls, Democratic gubernatorial candidate David Garcia brought in progressive powerhouse Sen. Bernie Sanders to fire up young voters at rallies in Tucson and Tempe on Tuesday.
Free college tuition could be expensive for Arizona taxpayers
Asking taxpayers to fund college will not make attending college any less expensive, and it certainly won’t make it “free.” David Garcia’s plan does nothing to reduce tuition and fees. Robert Samuels explains, “If you subsidize something but do not control its costs, it will not be able to achieve its policy goals.” Indeed.
Arizonans reluctant to open wallets for Trump, Clinton campaigns
Arizonans headed to the polls on November 8 to cast actual ballots for president, but if they were voting with their pocketbooks the results wouldn’t have been pretty for either of the major parties’ nominees.
Trump wins Arizona and the presidency
Hillary Clinton’s bid for a historic win in conservative Arizona came up short, as Republican nominee Donald Trump kept the state in the red column.