GOP candidate who lost in ’18 to run for governor
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.
The Breakdown: HOBB-ling toward 2020
The Arizona Secretary of State’s campaign finance websites are broken.
Campaign finance websites still broken as election 2020 nears
The 2020 election is a year away and the state’s campaign finance websites are broken.
Public corruption tough to prove without smoking gun
Ask any prosecutor what their favorite kinds of cases are, and you’d likely get a similar answer: public corruption.
AG to appeal ruling on 2017 campaign finance overhaul
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich will appeal a ruling that parts of a campaign finance overhaul violated the Voter Protection Act by altering the state’s clean elections process.
Discontent with 2018 election brings slate of new voting laws
Amid lingering frustrations over the 2018 election – with Republican accusations that a Democrat in charge of ballots in Arizona’s most populous county had mucked up the process– a flurry of election-related bills were introduced this year.
Hobbs: Reagan staffers deleted public records
Former Secretary of State Michele Reagan and top staffers deleted public records before leaving office in January, according to the new Secretary of State, Katie Hobbs. Hobbs, a Democrat, alerted state attorneys of the issue on Feb. 14. The discovery arose while Hobbs’ staff attempted to fulfill a public records request, she wrote in an […]
Hobbs not inclined to play governor when Ducey’s away
When Doug Ducey crosses state lines, it will be “Governor Katie Hobbs” to you.
Political storms ahead for Dem elections head in red state
As the first Democrat to be elected as recorder in Maricopa County in decades, Adrian Fontes has also served as a punching bag for Republicans, for reasons both legitimate and political.
McSally concedes, congratulates Sinema for becoming first woman AZ senator
The latest batch of votes counted Monday put the U.S. Senate out of the reach of Republican Martha McSally and into the hands of an Arizona Democrat for the first time since 1994.
AP: Steve Gaynor Arizona’s next Secretary of State
Political newcomer Steve Gaynor rose to the top, and fast.
Elections chief candidates unknown across the state
Steve Gaynor and Katie Hobbs have one thing in common: They’re relative unknowns across the state as they make their bids to be Arizona’s next secretary of state