Keyword: election

SCHOA candidate packets to be available

Sun City Home Owners Association members will have a chance to make a run for the agency’s board of directors.

Kyrene Governing Board will put district bond, …

Kyrene School District has authorized a special bond and district additional assistance override election this fall.

Dershowitz pleads with judge to find him not …

PHOENIX — Nationally known constitutional lawyer Alan Dershowitz pleaded with a federal judge in Phoenix on Wednesday not to find him financially liable for sanctions levied against lawyers who filed what the judge ruled was a frivolous lawsuit on behalf of two failed Republican candidates.

This is about how much the Glendale special mail …

The upcoming special mail ballot election in Glendale will likely cost the city around $200,000.

Lake plans to appeal latest judges' ruling

PHOENIX — Kari Lake said Tuesday she will appeal Monday’s ruling confirming the election of Katie Hobbs as governor, brushing aside the fact that the judge said her key evidence in seeking to overturn the result was legally irrelevant.

Kyrene approves budget changes for upcoming fiscal …

Kyrene School District Governing Board will be voting Tuesday, May 23, on whether to ask voters for additional funding assistance in the upcoming November election.

Lake attorney claims county was trying to hide ballot …

PHOENIX — An attorney for Kari Lake charged Friday that Maricopa County was trying to hide something from the public in how it processed — and claims to have verified — the signatures on 1.3 million early ballots.

The impact of ‘no’

After Tempe voters rejected the Tempe Entertainment District featuring an arena for the Arizona Coyotes, the city is back at square one in developing one of its last viable plots of land.

Voters down Arizona Coyotes planned Tempe arena

Initial counts for the May 16 special election to approve or deny the proposed Tempe Entertainment District show voters rejected the project, according to unofficial results. 

Peoria Unified bond planned for November ballot

It a appears the Peoria Unified School District will have another go at a bond, this time on the Nov. 7 general election.

Attorneys for Lake fined by AZ Supreme Court for lying …

PHOENIX — Attorneys for failed gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake are being fined $2,000 by the Arizona Supreme Court after the justices concluded they lied — repeatedly — in one of their claims about why she is entitled to a new election.

Coyotes press residents to vote ‘yes’ on arena …

Voting has started for the Tempe Entertainment District, which, if passed, would approve the construction of the project by Alex Meruelo’s Bluebird Developments, despite growing concerns from some residents.

Grand Canyon Institute releases analysis on Tempe …

The Grand Canyon Institute has announced it will release an independent policy analysis on April 17 of the Arizona Coyotes arena and music venue, the main economic drivers of the proposed Tempe Entertainment District.

Hobbs signs pro-truck bill that could make Litchfield …

Governor Katie Hobbs signed a bill Tuesday that will prevent Litchfield Park from restricting trucks on Camelback Road, exacerbating noise and pollution concerns for nearby residents. Senate Bill 1097 …

Tempe community divided ahead of May election on …

Tempe residents are speaking out in gusto, in support of and against, the proposed Tempe Entertainment District, which has been steeping in controversy despite being approved unanimously by city council.

2022 Election Day issues caused by equipment failures, …

PHOENIX — Election day issues at numerous vote centers run by Maricopa County during last November’s election were the result of equipment failures and not caused by human error or an intentional act, despite contentions by an expert hired by losing Republican governor’s candidate Kari Lake, a new report concludes.

Two Cochise County supervisors to pay legal fees in …

PHOENIX — A judge has ordered two Cochise County supervisors to pay more than $34,000 in legal fees in their losing bid to keep from certifying the results of the 2022 general election.

Attorneys: Lake shouldn’t pay some legal fees

PHOENIX — Kari Lake shouldn’t be required to pay legal fees of Katie Hobbs and others in connection with her appeal of the election results to the Arizona Supreme Court, at least in part because she “honestly believes that electoral misconduct and illegal votes determined the outcome of the 2022 gubernatorial election,” her attorneys are arguing.

Arizona Senate votes to remove Secretary of State from …

PHOENIX — The Republican-controlled Arizona Senate voted Tuesday to require that the state’s top election official not participate in overseeing elections in which he or she is on the ballot — leaving the proposal one vote away from heading to Democratic governor and former secretary of state Katie Hobbs’ desk.

No Labels: Statement on voter suppression by Arizona …

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Three and a half weeks ago, the Arizona Secretary of State completed its final review of No Labels’ petition for presidential ballot access signed by tens of thousands of Arizonans who want another choice on the ballot in 2024.

Peoria Unified board to discuss possible bond …

Peoria Unified School District Governing Board will receive an update on the possibility of putting a bond authorization on the ballot later this year.

State lawmakers moving to require election equipment …

PHOENIX — Insisting that a “made in USA” label means more security, state lawmakers are moving to require that all election equipment be built only with domestic components and assembled in this country.

Hobbs, Fontes attorneys ask court to end Lake's bid to …

PHOENIX — Attorneys for Katie Hobbs, Adrian Fontes and Maricopa County are urging the justices of the Arizona Supreme Court to send Kari Lake packing in her latest — and possibly last — bid to overturn the results of the 2022 gubernatorial race.

Finchem, attorney ordered to pay legal fees for …

PHOENIX — Calling his 2022 election challenge “groundless and not brought in good faith,” a judge has ordered Mark Finchem and his attorney to pay the legal fees of successful secretary of state candidate Adrian Fontes. In an order made public Monday, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Melissa Julian said that Finchem and Daniel McCauley also have to pick up the tab for Katie Hobbs.