If you are still hanging on to an early ballot, you need to get it in the mail by Friday or drop it off at one of 10 early voting sites that will be set up Saturday around Tucson.
Even with early voting in full swing, outside groups are continuing to pour millions into Arizona's most expensive congressional race. The latest spending puts the total above $6.5 million.
Some Southern Arizona Republicans are lashing out at Senate President Steve Pierce, saying he's not funding GOP candidates who could win senate seats in this area.
While Jonathan Paton's supporters ramp up spending, Ann Kirkpatrick wins the endorsement of her hometown newspaper, Flagstaff's Arizona Daily Sun.
That old standard of political ads, the Old West theme, came roaring back today in a spot for Democratic candidate Ann Kirkpatrick, who's running in Congressional District 1. It features cowboys drawling the unnatural phrase "lobbyist Paton."
If you want to get an early ballot and vote by mail, you need to request one by Friday at 5 p.m.
Outside spending from national political parties and PACs on the U.S. Senate race has hit $10 million — with the money split about evenly between backers of Democrat Richard Carmona and Republican Jeff Flake.
Leafing through the pages of donors to Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick's congressional campaign, you'll see lots of lawyers, doctors and business owners who've contributed. Then there's this Maryland woman with an unusual occupation.
Legislative candidates Republican Frank Antenori and Democrat David Bradley are scheduled to debate Wednesday night at The Shanty, 401 E. 9th St.
Democrat Ron Barber and Republican Martha McSally will square off in a debate Tuesday night at the University of Arizona.
On Thursday, the Arizona Daily Sun published an analysis of the $3.3 million spent by outside groups in CD1. In the three days after that report, they spent another $527,000.
Generally speaking, jokes about a woman’s looks are never a good idea — especially if you are a U.S. Senate candidate whose every word is being filmed.
A Republican complaint against Dave Joseph, a Democratic candidate for state House, will probably not be heard by the Clean Elections Commission until Nov. 15.
Raúl Grijalva's campaign committee posted a new ad on YouTube today that features an illustration of Gabriela Saucedo Mercer with swirling hypnotic eyes and the Twilight Zone theme song, complete with cuckoo clock sounds.
In a new ad, Ann Kirkpatrick's campaign lays blame for Rio Nuevo's woes on her opponent, Jonathan Paton. But Paton says he didn't cause, but rather helped solve, the problems of the downtown Tucson redevelopment effort.
A new, Republican-conducted poll puts Jonathan Paton ahead of Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick in the race for Congress in CD1. They face each other, and Libertarian Kim Allen, in a debate in Marana tonight.
The Pima Council on Aging is hosting three forums this week for candidates in Legislative District 9 and Legislative District 11.
Both candidates for State Senate in District 9 agree the state should not pay to build a border fence and the state should crack down on smugglers.
If you haven’t already registered to vote, Tuesday at midnight is the deadline to be able to cast a vote in the Nov. 6 election.
The Pima County Public Library announced two meetings where voters can get impartial info about ballot propositions.
A new YouTube video is out that sets Rep. Raúl Grijalva's controversial boycott comments to a dramatic soundtrack.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has pledged $528K to support Democrat Richard Carmona. Republican Jeff Flake has support from Club for Growth PAC ($500K ad buy) and Freedomworks for America ($460K so far for online ads).
(Updated to reflect that the event Kirkpatrick left was a Congress on Your Corner, not a town hall.)
The Pima Council on Aging is hosting three forums this week for candidates in Legislative District 2 and Legislative District 10.
Republican Jeff Flake calls the attacks on his voting record on veterans issues as "deplorable" and say critics are cherry-picking from his voting record of 12 years to misconstrue his stance.