Maricopa County supervisors voted unanimously Monday morning to appoint Liguori to the seat, which became vacant a month ago when Aaron Lieberman resigned to focus on his gubernatorial campaign.
Christine Marsh declared victory in a north Phoenix state Senate race Friday, confirming that legislative Democrats will gain one net seat from an election where they spent millions to flip both chambers.
Sen. Kate Brophy McGee, R-Phoenix, has spent most of her decade in public office dodging political projectiles.
A handful of Democratic legislative candidates bolstered by out-of-state funders broke Arizona campaign finance records with just two weeks to go before the election. Democrats in swing districts pulled in six figures while their incumbent Republican opponents struggled to keep up, the third-quarter campaign finance reports filed late last week showed. Independent spending for Democrats […]
House and Senate seats have only flipped when fewer than 10 percentage points separate voter registration numbers for the two major parties. This year, that holds true in nine districts.
In my opinion, and I think in the opinion of most rational voters, I like to see my vote being used effectively by effective politicians. We need our politicians to solve problems instead of arguing.
He’s determined to represent all of his constituents, including Gov. Doug Ducey himself, who Lieberman described as a neighbor.
Democrats abandoned their single-shot strategy in the Legislative District 28 House race this year, and it paid off.
Political newcomer Aaron Lieberman, a Democrat running for the House in Legislative District 28, far out raised the competition in just 30 days.
It’s campaign season again - surprise - and that means there’s a slew of candidates hitting the pavement for campaign contributions.
Mark Syms, an independent candidate running for the Senate in Legislative District 28, spent more than $15,000 on paid signature gatherers who delivered signatures a judge later ruled were fraudulent.
The Maricopa County Recorder’s Office invalidated close to 1,700 signatures that Mark Syms, the independent candidate running for the Senate in Legislative District 28.