Arizona Elections

This week, the Maricopa Association of Governments will send a delegation to Mexico City for the first time — a mission that will not be affected by President Trump’s recent decision to declare an emergency to secure funds for a border wall.
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Law enforcement says they’re prepared for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s 4 p.m. rally on Saturday at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
Jun. 17, 2016
Arizona Republican U.S. Senator Jeff Flake, a frequent critic of presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, has joined other prominent members of his party in a strong rebuke of comments made by Trump following the Orlando shooting.
Jun. 15, 2016
Presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump will be in the Valley Saturday. He’s holding a public rally at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in the afternoon.
Jun. 15, 2016
The Arizona Attorney General will not pursue criminal charges against Secretary of State Michele Reagan for not issuing an election manual.
Jun. 14, 2016
Navajo Leaders Want To Meet With Trump, Clinton Ahead Of Election
Navajo Nation leaders are firming up plans to meet with Donald Trump when he visits Arizona on Saturday. Campaign officials told the tribe that the Republican presidential candidate is open to meeting with Navajo lawmakers.
Jun. 14, 2016
The Democratic National Committee, a plaintiff in a lawsuit accusing Arizona of suppressing voters during the state’s Presidential Preference Election, has asked a federal judge to issue a preliminary injunction against the state.
Jun. 13, 2016
Tucson Congressman Raul Grijalva says Bernie Sanders earned the right by garnering nearly 45 percent of the Democratic vote this primary season.
Jun. 9, 2016
A discussion of the current condition of the state's Democratic Party.
Jun. 8, 2016
Arizona law says that by June 1st, officials for each party must name the 11 people who will cast the electoral votes for their candidate if he or she wins the state in November. The Arizona Green Party failed to do so.
Jun. 8, 2016
The informal legal opinion was issued after some argued that the 60 day countdown should start when voters receive early ballots.
Jun. 8, 2016
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has appointed a special investigator, to look into what led to the Aizona Secretary of State’s Office’s failure to send out publicity pamphlets early enough before last month’s special election.
Jun. 3, 2016
Michael Morrissey, a former federal prosecutor, will review the failure of Reagan's office to ensure that pamphlets describing the issues on the May 17 ballot were delivered to the homes of all registered voters before the early ballots went out.
Jun. 3, 2016
A civil rights group is suing the Arizona Secretary of State and Maricopa County officials for mismanaging the recent presidential preference election
Jun. 2, 2016
Donald Trump’s success during the presidential campaign caught nearly everyone by surprise.
Jun. 1, 2016
Propositions 123 and 124 have been officially approved in Arizona.
May. 27, 2016
Governor Doug Ducey says he's confident Arizona schools will soon see the millions of dollars promised with the passage of Proposition 123. That's despite concerns raised by critics like State Treasurer Jeff Dewit who contend the referendum could be illegal and have asked the state attorney general for his opinion.
May. 27, 2016
How powerful could Latino voters be in Arizona’s August primary and November’s general election? Analysts have expected Latino turnout to get bigger and more impactful — but it hasn’t lived up to expectations.
May. 25, 2016
A recent article in Slate compared the reaction to Trump to what was happening in the 1964 campaign of presidential nominee and longtime Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater.
May. 25, 2016
Before the election, the county announced they were working to make the election process easier after the issues with long lines and limited polling places during the Presidential Preference Election in March.
May. 25, 2016
When 200,000 households didn’t get their publicity pamphlets in the time frame required before this month’s special election, Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan blamed a “vendor error” on the problem, while also taking responsibility.
May. 24, 2016

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