Politics

Gaetz, Greene bringing America First tour to Arizona

Two of the most controversial Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives are coming to Arizona as part of their nationwide, pro-Trump “America First” tour. U.S. Reps. Matt Gaetz, R-Florida, and Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Georgia,...

Community groups tell Fann to stop Senate election audit, focus on struggling Arizonans

Two community groups and Democratic lawmakers asked Senate President Karen Fann to stop the controversial election audit and focus instead on hearing from families struggling to recover economically from the pandemic as lawmakers hammer...

Fann demands county answer audit questions, supervisors say new allegations are lies

Senate President Karen Fann  is demanding that Maricopa County send officials to a special meeting Tuesday to answer lawmakers’ questions about issues related to the ongoing election audit she ordered, and the chairman of...

Tom Horne running for GOP nomination for state schools chief on an anti-bilingual education platform

Tom Horne, who held the position of superintendent of public instruction for eight years, announced Thursday he's running for the office again, on a platform against bilingual education and critical race theory.  “Since I left...

Mark Finchem sends cease and desist to recall campaign 

State Rep. Mark Finchem who is currently running for Secretary of State, has sent a cease and desist letter to the group seeking to recall him from office. The Oro Valley Republican is facing a...

Liz Cheney was right: We must defend America from Trump’s election falsehoods

The Republican civil war is raging and the party's defenders of democracy are losing. On Wednesday, Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney, who’s best described as a traditional, establishment conservative, was unceremoniously booted from her job as...

Liz Cheney ousted from U.S. House GOP leadership for rejecting Trump’s ‘big lie’

WASHINGTON — House Republicans voted Wednesday to remove U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney from her leadership position after her continued pushback against former President Donald Trump’s baseless claims of voter fraud in the presidential election. Saying...

Ducey signs bill to remove inactive voters from early ballot list

The Permanent Early Voting List is no longer permanent. On Tuesday, Gov. Doug Ducey signed Senate Bill 1485, which will allow voters who are signed up to automatically receive early ballots for every election to...

Finchem hopes audit will lead to reassignment of Arizona’s electoral votes

Republican state representative and secretary of state candidate Mark Finchem told a QAnon talk show that he hopes the results of Arizona’s election audit will lead to the state’s 11 presidential electors being reassigned...

Boyer: Audit “makes us look like idiots”

Sen. Paul Boyer sharply criticized the increasingly beleaguered election audit, becoming the first member of the Senate’s Republican caucus to publicly raise objections. “It makes us look like idiots,” Boyer told the New York Times....
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