Inquiring national minds ask: What accounts for the “super weirdness” in Arizona (Gail Collins, The New York Times, Feb. 26) and “What’s the deal with Arizona?” (Aaron Blake, Washington Post, Feb. 26).
PHOENIX — Independents now outnumber both Republicans and Democrats in Arizona as voters continue to abandon the two major parties.
Jan Brewer isn’t going to run for a third term as Arizona governor.
Fall brings several benchmarks: the pumpkin farm, my annual baking imperative, the inevitable hopeful excursion into nature that ends with sunburn and the realization that it really is still hot, even though we wish it weren’t so.
PHOENIX — Arizonans may get a third chance to decide the issue of whether gays should be able to wed in this state.
PHOENIX -- Two former Republican state senators are maneuvering to give voters the last word on whether Arizona expands its Medicaid program.
Candidates hoping to represent Arizona's new Legislative District 8 agreed that jobs for the residents of the largely rural district was the top issue at a debate Wednesday night.
PHOENIX — Voters will get to decide in November if they want to jettison the current system of nominating candidates for office.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved the cancellation of one dozen uncontested school-board elections Tuesday.
Tucson Democratic U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva is cruising to victory over his first-ever primary challengers in Arizona Third Congressional District.
Most of tonight’s primary election winners have won nothing more than the opportunity to move on to the next round where they will face opponents from other political parties in the general election.
Even though today is a primary election day, independent voters who didn’t request an early ballot can still cast their votes at a polling place.
This may come as unwelcome news to those of you who are already tired of the TV ads, mailers, robocalls and campaign signs, but Tuesday’s election is not a general election despite what appeared on yellow postcards sent out in Pima County.
Democrat Ron Barber raised more money in the last five weeks than any other Southern Arizona congressional candidate — and it wasn’t even close.