Evan Wyloge is a California-based journalist whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, The Center for Public Integrity, the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting, the Arizona Capitol Times, Huffington Post, Mashable, the Sydney Daily Telegraph, France24 and Phoenix New Times. He has a master’s degree in journalism from Arizona State University and a bachelor's degree in political science and French from Northern Arizona University.
Complaint filed over disputed Prop. 105 campaign contributions
By: Evan Wyloge - September 18, 2019
A Phoenix-based nonprofit that advocates for public transportation in the city has filed a campaign finance complaint against the political committee behind a failed ballot measure aimed at ending the city’s future light rail plans.
Stiffest opposition to Prop. 105 came from areas with light rail lines or plans
By: Evan Wyloge - September 16, 2019
Voters in almost all Phoenix neighborhoods where light rail exists or is planned were among the most staunchly opposed to Prop. 105, an Arizona Mirror analysis finds.
Effort to kill light rail bankrolled by less than a dozen people, records show
By: Evan Wyloge - August 26, 2019
A broad coalition of companies, nonprofit organizations, individuals and political action committees has invested nearly one million dollars in the effort to preserve Phoenix’s long-planned light rail expansion, a sharp contrast with the small group of about 10 well-heeled individuals who have financed the effort to stop any future light rail projects.