The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Wednesday to appoint former lawmaker Shawnna Bolick to replace former Sen. Steve Kaiser in the Senate.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to select former Rep. Flavio Bravo, D-Phoenix, to replace former Sen. Raquel Terán in the state Senate, meaning the district will now have to select a replacement for Bravo in the House of Representatives.
State Sen. Raquel Terán, D-Phoenix, officially announced on Wednesday that she is running for Congress in 2024 in District 3, after hinting that she would in February.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Wednesday to appoint attorney Tom Galvin to fill the District 2 seat left vacant when Steve Chucri resigned in November.
Maricopa County will avoid losing nearly $700 million in state-shared revenue and the Arizona Senate will be able to pose the questions it has about previously withheld materials that it subpoenaed for its review of the 2020 election results in the county.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors appointed Rep. Raquel Terán to fill the Legislative District 30 state Senate seat, a vacancy created by the resignation of Tony Navarrete in August.
One of Tony Navarrete’s former seatmates is interested in filling the state Senate seat Navarrete left after he was charged with multiple sex crimes against children, and the other is considering it.
The Phoenix Union High School District plans to require students, staff and visitors, regardless of vaccination status, to wear masks indoors when school starts on Aug. 2.
A judge has ordered a halt to the Senate's audit of Maricopa County election returns, at least through noon Monday.
Gov. Doug Ducey said he's confident in the results of the 2020 election yet wants to see the results of a Republican-backed audit and hand count of 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County.
An audit of the Maricopa County voting equipment came up absolutely clean according to county officials.
Unhappy with what Maricopa County has proposed, state senators are going ahead with their own audit of the general election, a move that could lead to a new court fight and even potentially a contempt vote.