Unfamiliar or even blocked phone numbers started showing up on caller IDs throughout the Old Pueblo yesterday, with a stranger on the other end of the line asking them to call Republican congressional candidates.
Republican congressional candidate Martha McSally had a front row seat to last Friday's Armed Services Committee in the House last week. At least for the first hour.
Retired businessman and Republican candidate for Congressional District 2, Jim Brown, is letting people know what he thinks about various government aid programs for the poor.
PHOENIX — Gov. Jan Brewer, who developed an international reputation for her vociferous attacks on illegal immigration, is ending her career as an elected politician at the end of the year.
Jan Brewer isn’t going to run for a third term as Arizona governor.
Retired businessman Jim Brown has confirmed he is getting out of the Congressional District 1 race, lending his political support to another Republican candidate, rancher Gary Kiehne.
Tucson Republican Jim Brown filed candidate paperwork to run for Congress in District 1.
I am pretty sure my bathroom scale is a Republican.
PHOENIX — Attorney General Tom Horne wants everyone to know he's easily leading his GOP primary challenger, and a likely winner against his Democratic general election foe — or at least he was.
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.
U.S. Rep. Jeff Flake, a six-term congressman, is hoping to move to the U.S. Senate and vows to continue his effort to control government spending. In ads, he calls himself a "battle-tested conservative."
Senate candidate Wil Cardon, center, met with potential supporters at a Republican gathering earlier this year in Phoenix. Cardon has never held public office and is largely self-financing his campaign.
Republican U.S. Senate candidates Jeff Flake and Wil Cardon offer primary voters a stark contrast, despite their similarities.
Republican County Supervisor Ray Carroll and challenger Sean Collins have a lot in common when it comes to wanting lower taxes, more jobs and better roads. But the Rosemont Copper Mine became a line in the sand between the pair at a District 4 primary debate Thursday night.
KNST radio program director Garret Lewis, lower left, got a show of hands from a Green Valley crowd of nearly 400 who showed up for the final Congressional District 8 Republican primary debate on Thursday between, from left, Frank Antenori, Dave Sitton, Martha McSally and Jesse Kelly.
McSally moves from the behind the table in order to deliver her final remarks. The primary vote will be held on Tuesday.