Election 2020

Judge denies Pascua Yaqui tribe’s request for an early voting site

Voters living in the Pascua Yaqui Tribe in southern Arizona won’t have an early voting site reinstated, a federal judge ruled last week in a lawsuit filed by the Tribe against the Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez. 

Bolstered by national money, Dem groups spend massive sums in legislative races With GOP groups outspent nearly 2-to-1, some...

Rep. Walt Blackman sees the Democrats gunning for his seat, and he doesn’t see his fellow Republicans doing much to stop them.

Biden in final debate vows an immigration overhaul in his first 100 days as president

WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday night distanced himself from the Obama administration’s handling of undocumented people that led to the highest rate of deportations of any presidency and said he would act swiftly on immigration as president.

Trump slams pandemic aid as a ‘big bailout’ for blue cities and states

WASHINGTON — Asked during Thursday’s final presidential debate about why another round of economic relief hasn’t been approved to aid unemployed Americans and struggling local governments, President Donald Trump and his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, pointed fingers at opposite ends of the U.S. Capitol.

Friday is the final day to request an early ballot

Friday is the last day Arizona voters can request an early ballot or sign up for the Permanent Early Voting List before the November election.

Dems dominate spending in push to flip the legislature

Outside spending in hotly contested legislative races has for years often dominated the spending by the candidates themselves. But this year is seeing spending like no other, with more than $12 million in outside spending being reported as this week began.

Trump stops in Prescott, Tucson draw GOP crowds, Democratic jeers

President Donald Trump was welcomed by boisterous MAGA-hatted crowds in Prescott and Tucson on Monday, the last stops on a Western swing as the campaign entered its final two weeks.

History of rejected Arizona ballots creates further election uncertainty

PHOENIX – Less than a month away from the November election, Arizona’s voter registration deadline has changed twice in two weeks, putting into question whether the latest update will reach voters in time, and...

There’s a reason it’s called “Invest in Ed”

It’s as if the people trying to defeat Proposition 208 think Arizona’s voters are suffering from a nasty bout of mass amnesia.  Not a chance. It’s been a long time, but plenty of us remember...

9th Circuit says extended voter registration deadline ends Thursday

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has blocked an extended voter registration deadline ordered by a federal district court judge, but will still give Arizonans until Thursday to register to vote in the...
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