2020 election

McSally to pen memoir – just in time for her 2020 election bid

BY: - October 22, 2019

Arizona Republican Sen. Martha McSally announced a book deal Monday that will put her memoir, “Dare to Fly,” on bookshelves in May, just six months before she stands for election.

Dems lead AZGOP in 2020 election fundraising, but Ward improves on rough start

BY: - October 16, 2019

The Arizona Democratic Party is substantially outpacing its Republican rivals in fundraising so far in the 2020 election cycle, and the AZGOP has raised less money than in most recent election cycles. 

Arizona lawmakers have held few town halls in 2019, and Republicans have had none

BY: - October 15, 2019

A report by the Town Hall Project found that Arizona lawmakers have held just 28 town halls so far this year – and 19 of those were held by Rep. Tom O’Halleran, D-Sedona.

Kelly continues to dominate McSally in U.S. Senate race fundraising

BY: - October 7, 2019

Presumptive Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Mark Kelly continues to be a fundraising juggernaut, raising more than incumbent Republican Sen. Martha McSally for the third straight quarter and bringing his total raised to almost $14 million.

VP Pence coming to Arizona to bolster McSally

BY: - September 30, 2019

Vice President Mike Pence will join U.S. Sen. Martha McSally in Arizona this week at a series of private events in Green Valley, Phoenix and Scottsdale. Few details have been released about the trip.

COMMENTARY

The latest Democratic presidential debate clarified why Trump will lose

BY: - September 17, 2019

Last week’s Democratic debate, the first to feature all of the party’s top-tier 2020 presidential contenders on one stage, is as good a time as any to take stock of the race.

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Top GOP lawmaker blames Dem elections chief for slowly informing candidates of new requirement

BY: - September 13, 2019

A top Republican in the Arizona House of Representatives blasted the state’s Democratic elections chief for failing to inform candidates of a new requirement that could invalidate the signatures they collect to qualify for the ballot, though they have until 2020 to comply with the new law.