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.
A local retired Air Force chief master sergeant who gained Internet fame for his fiery letter to Rep. Paul Ryan defending veterans now wants to be his colleague.
Underdog Republican candidate Jaime Vasquez said he won’t run for Congress in District 3 this year.
Today is the deadline to place your ballots in the mail if you want your vote tallied in the city’s primary election.
Tucson voters living in Wards 3, 5 and 6 should keep a lookout for the city’s primary election packet over the next few days.
PHOENIX — Voters will get to decide in November if they want to jettison the current system of nominating candidates for office.
PHOENIX — Challengers to the state's open primary system want another two hours to make their case that there are not enough valid signatures to put the measure on the ballot.
PHOENIX — Russell Pearce, a former Arizona legislator known nationally for championing recent laws against illegal immigration, lost as he attempted a political comeback in Tuesday’s primary election.
Voter turnout expected to be about 35 percent in today's primary election, and most of those will be early ballots.
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.
Here's everything you need to know about today's primary election:
PHOENIX — Primary elections in Maricopa County will be monitored by the U.S. Justice Department,
Tuesday's election is not a general election, despite what appeared on yellow postcards sent out in Pima County.
PHOENIX — Backers of a measure to create an open primary system do not have enough valid signatures to qualify for the November ballot, Maricopa County election officials report.
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.
PHOENIX — Arizona voters are entitled to decide if they want to scrap the current partisan system of nominating candidates, the state Supreme Court ruled today.
Democrat Ron Barber raised more money in the last five weeks than any other Southern Arizona congressional candidate — and it wasn’t even close.
PHOENIX — A proposal to create an open primary system in Arizona is legally flawed and cannot appear on the ballot, a judge ruled today.