Behind the Ballot: Spread thin
If donors are asked repeatedly to open their wallets for both the candidates and the causes they care most about, will the available dollars be spread too thin?
Group submits petition signatures for renewable energy ballot measure
Pushing ahead where utility regulators so far will not, advocates of more renewable energy filed more than 480,000 signatures Thursday to put the question on the November ballot.
Big push on ballot referrals ends with just 2 passed
The Arizona Legislature referred two measures to the ballot this year, more than lawmakers referred in 2016 when they instead focused their attention on trying to defeat several citizen initiatives.
Billionaire Tom Steyer to spend $2 million on AZ youth vote initiative
Hoping to incite a blue wave in Arizona, billionaire mega-donor Tom Steyer will pour at least $2 million into state elections this year.
Big money already at play in newly filed clean-energy initiative
The state’s largest utility wasted no time in spending money to discredit a ballot measure that seeks to increase renewable energy goals.
Anti-Trump group seeks to put energy policy on ballot
Bill Scheel, a campaign consultant helping set up the petition drive, said Monday there is a coalition of civic and health organizations who do not believe the current renewable energy standard goals set by the Arizona Corporation Commission are sufficient.