Kelly takes commanding lead after early votes counted
After early ballots, Democrat Mark Kelly looks likely to flip Arizona’s second U.S. Senate seat.
A stutterer’s perspective on Gov. Doug Ducey
Oct. 22 marked International Stuttering Awareness Day, a day intended to raise public awareness of an issue faced by 1% of the world’s population and roughly 3 million Americans.
Court upholds Ducey’s decision on U.S. Senate election
Martha McSally can keep the U.S. Senate seat she was given by Gov. Doug Ducey through at least the end of the year, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
Ducey asks 9th Circuit to void court decision on land trust
Gov. Doug Ducey is asking a federal appeals court to overturn a ruling that could affect his ability and that of future governors to tap a special education trust account to funnel more cash into schools.
Ducey attacks character of judge who ruled against him
Upset with his ruling on education funding, Gov. Doug Ducey is taking the unusual step of lashing out at a federal judge appointed by a Republican president and calling on him to resign.
9th Circuit to hear appeal on McSally’s appointment
Federal appellate judges have agreed to decide whether Martha McSally can continue to serve as a U.S. senator at least through the 2020 election.
Federal judge rules McSally gets to keep U.S. Senate until 2020 election
Martha McSally can keep John McCain's Senate seat until at least the 2020 election, a federal judge ruled late Thursday.
Libertarian pushes court to rule on challenge to U.S. senator appointment
Saying time is running out, the former chairman of the Arizona Libertarian Party wants the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to order an election – and soon -- to decide who fills out the term of John McCain.
Ducey: Immigration discussion needs to shift to Mexico’s southern border
Gov. Doug Ducey said Tuesday the United States should pressure Mexico to seal its own southern border to keep migrants from Central America from reaching our borders.
Ducey delivers ‘State of the State’ address to Legislature
Gov. Doug Ducey kicked off the first “State of the State” speech of his second term Monday with a call to action for lawmakers to act quickly on a multi-state drought plan to stave off declining water levels in the Colorado River
Ducey attorneys respond to lawsuit challenging process of Senate appointment
In legal papers filed Friday, Brett Johnson, who is leading the legal team, acknowledged that vacancies in the U.S. Senate must be filled by a special election. But Johnson told U.S. District Court Judge Diane Humetewa that the U.S. Constitution allows the Legislature to let Ducey name a senator to serve until the next regular election.
Senate appointment McSally’s chance for fresh start
Martha McSally scored the political redo of a lifetime when she was appointed to the U.S. Senate on December 18.