Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego, a liberal firebrand and prominent Latino lawmaker, announced Monday he'll challenge independent U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema in 2024, becoming the first candidate to jump into the race and setting up a potential three-way contest.
With 1.8 million ballots counted by mid-morning on Wednesday, less than 12,000 votes separated Democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs and Republican nominee Kari Lake. Hobbs clung to a narrow lead that shrank considerably overnight. By 10:30 a.m., Hobbs had received 50.3% of the vote to Lake’s 49.7%.
Primary campaign season was in full swing on Friday and a pair of dueling rallies threw into stark contrast some of the choices voters have in the Aug. 2 election.
Seizing on one of the most potent and polarizing symbols in national politics, some GOP candidates for Arizona governor are promising to finish the wall along Arizona's border with Mexico.
A proposal to put cameras in public school classrooms has stirred two Republican candidates for governor to go on the offensive against the front-runner, providing a preview of battles to come in the primary race.
Gov. Doug Ducey on Tuesday lambasted a proposal by a GOP gubernatorial contender to put video cameras in every classroom in the state, saying it could lead to "predators'' monitoring children.
Heading into the 2022 governor's race, the political fault lines surrounding education are moving quickly, with a new focus on parent influence in schools and curriculum items like "critical race theory."
There’s a new Republican candidate for governor, and President Trump has publicly shown support for him in the past.
Legislative and congressional districts could change dramatically after redistricting, and some newcomers and incumbents alike are waiting to see what the new districts look like before they decide whether to jump into a race.
Republicans just got a fifth choice for governor. Steve Gaynor, who lost a race for secretary of state four years ago to Katie Hobbs, announced Friday he is now going after the top slot on the ballot.
Several political consultants accepted the Arizona Capitol Times’ invitation to critique the campaign kick-offs and comment on how their candidacies stack up.
Matt Salmon, who came within 1,819 votes of becoming governor nearly two decades ago, is making another bid for the office.