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PHOENIX — Maricopa County officials say the claims made about the election that some have labeled a “bombshell” are really a dud. County officials have issued what they said is a … more
The Surprise City Council election is still more than a year away, but at least one city councilman who’s up for re-election is already on the campaign trail. more
It’s clear the people hired by Arizona Senate leadership to supposedly bring integrity to our elections are instead just bringing incompetence. more
PHOENIX — The outside contractors conducting the audit of the 2020 election told GOP lawmakers Thursday they already have identified a series of inconsistencies between information Maricopa … more
I tried to think of all the words that could be used to describe the Arizona Senate vote recount. Here are a few in no particular order: delusional, ridiculous, ignorant, mad, crazy, insane, … more
They stole my vote. Ali Baba (Gov. Ducey) and the 47 thieves ( the Republican-controlled legislature) stole my vote. I, along with 1.6 million other Arizonans voted for Prop 208 for more funding … more
Arizona may keep two voting laws that Republicans say protect election integrity and Democrats believe will make it harder for some residents to cast ballots. more
PHOENIX — Arizonans may get the last word on a nearly $2 billion tax cut plan that mainly benefits the wealthy. Organizers of the what had been the Invest in Ed initiative that voters … more
PHOENIX — Arizona is going to get to keep its laws against "ballot harvesting'' and saying that only votes cast within the proper precinct get counted. In a 6-3 ruling, the U.S. Supreme … more
PHOENIX — State senators voted Tuesday to kill a host of changes in state election laws as a long-simmering dispute between two Republicans spilled out into the open. And the result was … more
PHOENIX — It’s not just the future of whether Arizona gets to keep its ban on “ballot harvesting” that the U.S. Supreme Court will decide this week. Hanging in the balance … more
PHOENIX — State senators voted Wednesday to spend $500,000 to investigate the practices of social media platforms and search engines to see if they are violating campaign finance laws. And … more
Three potential candidates have filed Statements of Interest to run in next year’s election cycle. more
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and former news anchor Kari Lake announced their opposing candidacies for governor recently in short speeches posted to their respective Twitter … more
PHOENIX — The state House approved legislation that could send prosecutors or criminal investigators to the doors of some people whose signatures on their early ballots don't match what is on … more
PHOENIX — Senate President Karen Fann is taking the position that Arizona courts cannot force her or any other member of the Arizona Legislature to comply with the state’s Public Records … more
Mike Siegel hits the nail right on the head (“Definition of political hypocrisy: Kelli Ward,” Daily Independent, June 15, 2021). Kelli Ward seems like a Trump wannabe. It’s … more
PHOENIX — State Attorney General Mark Brnovich is warning his federal counterpart to stay out of the way of the current audit of the 2020 election returns. In a letter Monday to U.S. … more
While Arizona ballots from last year’s General Election continue to gain attention in Maricopa County, one bizarre case involving 18 ballots in Glendale appears to be over. more
The answer to Charles Huss’s questions of why so many people want the recount yet again to end is not that we’re worried it’s not counted correctly (“If it’s fair, why … more
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