PHOENIX - A Senate panel voted Wednesday to throw additional hurdles in the path of Arizonans who want to write their own laws.
PHOENIX - Some groups are threatening to sue if lawmakers adopt new restrictions on early voting and who can take someone else's ballot to the polls, claiming the measures target minorities.
To make sure ballot counting goes more quickly in the next election, there's a lot of work to be done.
With ballot counting finally wrapped up Monday, Pima County officials are beginning to investigate why more than 27,000 voters received provisional ballots on Election Day.
A dispute over 130 provisional ballots in the Congressional District 2 race has been resolved by both sides agreeing to count the votes for now but maybe uncount them later.
If you are still hanging on to an early ballot, it is too late to mail it in, but there are several ways to turn it in between now and Tuesday, Election Day.
(Note: Updated to correct misinformation in an earlier version about how to drop off an early ballot on election day.)
If you want to get an early ballot and vote by mail, you need to request one by 5 p.m. today.
Could Rep. Raúl Grijalva be a traitor? His opponent in the Congressional District 3 race, Republican Gabriela Saucedo Mercer, thinks so.
The fate of nearly a dozen write-in candidates for federal, state and county office won't be known until after Labor Day.
If you are planning to mail in the early ballot you are still holding for Tuesday's primary election, you need to drop it in your mailbox today.
About one-fourth of the early ballots sent out for the Aug. 28 primary have been returned in Pima County.
Voters will have far fewer polling places to choose from in this month's primary election because of the dramatic rise in early voting.
Jim Sanchez hasn't been to a polling place in years. But he doesn't miss an election. That's because he's part of a growing number of Southern Arizonans who cast their votes by mail-in early ballots.
Another election, another early-ballot record shattered.
More than half of all early ballots sent out in Southern Arizona's special election have already been returned - with nearly two weeks still to go until election day.
It's no coincidence the four GOP candidates in the Congressional District 8 special election rushed out TV or radio ads before the calendar turned to April.