The role that fake slates of electors played in Donald Trump's effort to cling to power after his defeat in the 2020 election is at the center of a four-count indictment released against the former president Tuesday.
Arizona lawmakers’ reaction to the historic indictment of former President Donald Trump for allegedly hoarding classified intelligence documents was swift – and partisan – Friday.
Prosecutors are seeking a 17-year sentence for Arizona resident Edward Vallejo, one of nine members of the Oath Keepers who were convicted of seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
While the first Republican presidential primaries are nearly a year away, a shadow contest of another sort is underway with several Republicans, including one in Arizona, openly jockeying to position themselves as potential running mates to Donald Trump, the early front-runner for the nomination.
In Donald Trump's assessment, Mike Pence "committed political suicide" on Jan. 6, 2021. The man who was booed last year at a conservative conference is now an in-demand draw for Republican candidates, including some who spent their primaries obsessively courting Trump's endorsement, in part by parroting his false election claims.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Karrin Taylor Robson is catching flack and will have to write a few more checks following questions about her use of private and state-owned planes on the campaign trail.
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.
Gov. Doug Ducey has already helped block one of former President Trump's allies from winning the Republican nomination for governor in a crucial battleground state. Now he's hoping for a repeat in his own backyard.