An attempt by grassroots conservatives to close next year’s GOP to independent voters fell flat after the Arizona Republican Party’s executive committee decided not to spend money on the lawsuit it would take to accomplish that goal.
The Arizona House has for the second time voted down a proposal to move the state's primary elections from the fourth Tuesday in August to the second Tuesday in July.
The state of Arizona has started mailing early ballots to registered voters across the state as primary election approaches.
As the primary election draws near, Democratic and Republican candidates for public office in Arizona are preaching the importance of voting in the primary election. It decides the fate of most of Arizona’s elected offices and designates the party’s representative for the general election in competitive races.
Arizonans have less than a week to register to vote in the state's Aug. 26 primary election.
At the state Capitol, Republican Rep. Carl Seel isn’t always treated with deference by his colleagues. Seel is the only Republican in the House who is not a freshman and does not hold a position in leadership or a committee chairmanship. He formerly was chairman of the Joint Legislative Audit Committee, but had that role was stripped from him in 2013.
Depending on who wins the Republican primary in the hotly contested governor’s race, Arizona may see some major cuts, even the outright elimination, in income taxes.
Two Republican candidates vying to be governor of Arizona have filed necessary signatures to get on the ballot.
The Green Party has lost its automatic spot on Arizona ballots because it doesn't have enough registered party members and also didn't have enough members vote in last year's presidential election.
Arizona health officials are looking to root out physicians who are improperly recommending medical marijuana for patients who claim to suffer from chronic pain.
An orthopedic surgeon from the East Valley is poised to challenge Sen. Bob Worsley, R-Mesa, in next year’s Republican primary.
WASHINGTON – With a year until the next election, Democratic freshmen in three competitive Arizona congressional districts are continuing to stockpile cash for their re-election bids, according to the latest campaign finance reports.