Kathy Petsas

Jul 30, 2021

‘Why don’t you listen to what I have to say?’

The crowd’s treatment of her raised the question of whether the Arizona Republican Party is doomed in the 2022 general election if this crowd was going to turn on one of the most conservative lawmakers in the state

Jan 28, 2021

Ward, Terán take different ways to lead parties

In a state that has turned from red to purple, Arizona’s Republican and Democratic parties continue to push away from the center – one opens the door for more voices to be heard and the other shuts out those who disagree.

Jul 23, 2018

Political newcomer among leaders in campaign fundraising for legislature

Political newcomer Aaron Lieberman, a Democrat running for the House in Legislative District 28, far out raised the competition in just 30 days.

Jun 12, 2018

Challenge to LD28 candidate’s petition signatures alleges forgery

In a complaint filed June 11 in Maricopa County Superior Court, attorneys Kory Langhofer and Joseph Kanefield listed 20 reasons for why the majority of the 2,156 signatures Syms collected must be disqualified.

Lynsey Robinson
Jun 11, 2018

Behind the Ballot: Riding the wave

Democrats are fielding a candidate in nearly every federal, statewide and legislative race this year, using a strategy of saturation that has been successful elsewhere.

Sen. Kate Brophy McGee, R-Phoenix, Rep. Maria Syms, R-Paradise Valley, and Kathy Petsas
Jun 8, 2018

GOP infighting in LD28 gives Democrats hope of trifecta

The Arizona Republican Party would have you think there’s nothing wrong in Legislative District 28.