The U.S. Supreme Court has quashed a last-ditch effort by the Arizona Libertarian Party to void a state statute which was designed — and succeeded — at keeping its candidates off the ballot. Without comment the justices on Monday rejected ...Read More »
Secretary of State Katie Hobbs is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to swat down a last-ditch effort by the Arizona Libertarian Party to make it easier to put its candidates on the general election ballot. In new legal filings, attorneys ...Read More »
A federal appeals court has upheld a 2015 state law which the Libertarian Party charges – and some Republican lawmakers admitted – was specifically designed to keep its candidates off the ballot.Read More »
For the first time in more than two decades, Arizonans won't have the option to vote for a Libertarian Party candidate for governor.Read More »
The state’s largest utility is staying out of the Republican primary race for two open Arizona Corporation Commission seats, risking a shakeup that could have serious ramifications for the company.Read More »
Having lost their bids for statewide office in the primary, both Bennett and Vernon Parker are setting their sights a bit lower: Each will be running for the Republican Party chairman post in his legislative district.Read More »
Republicans Tom Forese and his teammate, Doug Little of Scottsdale, have cemented their lead in the ferocious four-way Republican battle for the Corporation Commission, the latest tally shows.Read More »
The Arizona Capitol Times asked its readers to predict how the primary elections would turn out. Here’s a look at what the newspaper’s readers think will happen.Read More »
In a company blog, the chief of Arizona’s largest utility company lashed out at the political advocacy arm of residential solar companies and highlighted the Arizona Corporation Commission candidates the group is supporting.Read More »
For a dose of fear and loathing on the campaign trail, check your mailbox.
As early ballots started arriving by mail this week for the primary election, voters’ mailboxes are also filling up with another kind of election material — political attack ads.