A recent trend is growing among Arizona Republican precinct committees of censuring their state elected Republicans after the expulsion of a former Republican lawmaker.
Insiders are predicting several experienced politicians are potential replacements for Liz Harris after the Arizona House of Representatives voted 46-13 to expel the Chandler Republican from the Legislature because she allowed a guest speaker to make “defamatory” criminal allegations against elected officials at a February legislative hearing.
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.
Incumbent Rep. Jennifer Pawlik, D-Chandler, and a Republican newcomer are leading in Legislative District 13’s state House race, early election results Tuesday night showed.
Democrats are spending millions of dollars in the few competitive legislative districts hoping to take control of the Arizona Senate.
A surprise loss in Legislative District 13 upended the speaker’s race in the Arizona House of Representatives.
Incumbent Rep. Darin Mitchell appears to be falling short in his bid for a return to the Arizona House of Representatives.
Ousted lawmaker Don Shooter’s political comeback attempt is so far falli
If Republicans in Maricopa County have their way, nobody from Yuma County will represent Legislative District 13 in the state House of Representatives.
It’s campaign season again - surprise - and that means there’s a slew of candidates hitting the pavement for campaign contributions.
When ousted lawmaker Don Shooter first acknowledged he might run for office again, the Yuma Republican described his potential campaign as wholly reliant on supporters in Yuma who insisted he make a comeback.
A third generation farmer, Republican Tim Dunn hopes to bring some of that experience to the Legislature where he was recently appointed to represent Legislative District 13, succeeding ousted Don Shooter.