SB1324 would bring public verifiability to an election process that is currently sagging under the weight of voter distrust and discord.
The Arizona Republican Party is trying to kill the method of voting preferred by more than 80% of state residents. Legal papers filed Friday ask the Arizona Supreme Court to conclude that there is nothing in the state constitution to allow for early voting. Attorney Alexander Kolodin told Capitol Media Services the only form of voting […]
Democratic voters in Arizona and across the country are divided over which of the party’s top candidates should challenge President Trump. Joe Biden continues to lead the field in most polls, but Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are running in a close second and third place, respectively. South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg has been rising in the polls but he faces stiff odds of becoming the nomi[...]
About half of Arizona voters still support Proposition 205, the ballot measure to relax legal restrictions on recreational marijuana use, but the percentage of those opposed increased by two percentage points in recent weeks, according to the most recent Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News poll.
A recent poll shows that a strong majority of Arizona voters support Proposition 206, a ballot measure to raise the minimum wage to $12 an hour by 2020. However, some local economists have expressed doubts about whether the measure would actually help low-wage workers climb out of poverty and some fear it may actually hurt the economy.
Hillary Clinton is now ahead in Arizona, three separate polls conducted within days of each other show.
New poll shows Hillary Clinton ahead in Arizona
Pollster Earl de Berge of the Behavior Research Center said it’s not so much that visits by the candidates or their stand-ins are going to change a lot of minds. Instead, it’s a recognition that the key to winning Arizona is getting out the vote.
A coalition of advocacy groups says it is deploying monitors to dozens of polling sites in the Phoenix and Tucson areas to ensure voters are safe and not misinformed.
New ID requirements. Unfamiliar or distant polling places. Names missing from the voter rolls.
Growing up in Arizona, George Khalaf often heard stories about a distant land called Lebanon, from which his parents fled following that country’s civil war.
With the primary election just a few days away, another poll shows U.S. Sen. John McCain cruising to victory in the Republican primary.