Ten former lawmakers, many of whom have personal or political baggage, are on the ballot for legislative seats this year.
Struggling incumbents in too-close-to-call races didn’t see much change as county elections officials began making a dent in the roughly 210,000 mail ballots that remained to be counted after Tuesday’s primary.
The special primary election in Arizona's 8th Congressional District was decided last night, and the result was surprising to some politicos.
In the final week running up to the special primary election in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District, the political world pondered how suggestive text messages exchanged between former state Sen. Steve Montenegro and a Senate staffer would impact the Republican nomination.
After a brief but ugly race, Debbie Lesko has taken an early lead in the race for the Republican nomination in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District.
House Speaker J.D. Mesnard and Senate President Steve Yarbrough announced the creation of the bipartisan, bicameral committee in a press release Tuesday.
As scandal erupted in the Republican special primary election in Arizona's 8th Congressional District, a Senate staffer was revealed to have exchanged suggestive text messages with former state Sen. Steve Montenegro.
The woman who exchanged suggestive text messages with congressional candidate Steve Montenegro has contradicted the former state senator’s account of the part he played in their “intimate” conversations.
A woman whose text messages with former state Sen. Steve Montenegro were shared with news outlets believes she is a victim of revenge porn, her attorney said Wednesday.
Former state Sen. Steve Montenegro is refusing to deny news reports on texts that suggest he had an intimate relationship with a Senate staffer.
The Arizona Capitol Times team didn't know how to say no to a "Hamilton" tribute, and "licenses schmicenses" was a real topic of conversation.
While a dozen Republicans are on the ballot for the special election primary in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District, campaign spending shows the field of viable candidates is far less crowded.