Claiming legal errors and improper government interference, Abe Hamadeh is asking the Arizona Supreme Court to order that he be given a new trial in his bid to overturn the race for attorney general.
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.
Mohave County Superior Court Judge Lee Jantzen late Friday turned down a bid by Abe Hamadeh for a new trial to contest his loss in the attorney general's race.
Abe Hamadeh is going to get a chance to argue that he's entitled to a new trial in his bid to overturn the results of the election for attorney general.
Among conservatives, Kari Lake's defeat in the race for governor last year has done little to erode her standing. If anything, her refusal to acknowledge her loss only enhances her stature well beyond Arizona.
A lawyer for Kris Mayes says Abe Hamadeh is not entitled to his requested do-over of his legal bid to install him as the state's attorney general.
Republicans in Arizona and other parts of the country have handed Democrats an advantage in balloting due to former President Donald Trump's false claims about the risks of mail voting. Conservative conspiracy theorists urged GOP voters to wait until Election Day before casting their ballots and spun tales about how such a strategy would prevent Democrats from rigging voting machines to steal the [...]
A complaint sent to Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s office alleges Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer violated two Arizona statutes outlawing the use of public money to influence a campaign.
The Arizona Democratic Party is moving to defend elected Republican officials in Maricopa County from a lawsuit filed against them by their own party.
Republicans were looking at the possibility of judicial intervention if the numbers do not appear to be going their way.
Arizonans who want to vote this election now have only through Thursday to get signed up.
Two appellate judges on Monday questioned whether it was legal for a trial judge to give Arizonans an extra 2 1/2 weeks to register to vote.