Arizona Elections

Under a new California law that took effect on New Year’s Day, the state’s labor commissioner has published a list of trucking companies that have either not paid their drivers, or have been issued judgements over wage issues.
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Mi Familia Vota is one of several local voter outreach organizations working to increase voter registration and turnout within the Latino community. This year they set the lofty goal of registering 75,000 new Arizonan latinos to vote before the October 10 registration deadline.
Sep. 19, 2016
State Senate President Andy Biggs was declared the winner after a Superior Court Judge certified the recount results Friday
Sep. 16, 2016
Native Americans won the right to vote in Arizona in 1948. But open access to the polls didn’t come until 1976. While access here has improved since then, Native voters in Arizona still face many unique barriers when trying to cast their ballots.
Sep. 15, 2016
The recount was automatically triggered because the difference between State Senate President Andy Biggs and former Go Daddy executive Christine Jones is less than one tenth of 1 percent of their combined vote total.
Sep. 13, 2016
The survey done this past week for NBC and the Wall Street Journal by the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion shows the five-term incumbent Republican with a 57-38 percent lead over his challenger.
Sep. 13, 2016
The Democratic National Committee settled with the state in regard to the number of polling locations, but two other areas remain to be resolved.
Sep. 12, 2016
The concept of early voting has been embraced by 37 states, including Arizona. By most accounts, it’s been a success—at least to the extent that it increases scheduling flexibility for people who really want to make sure they vote.
Sep. 12, 2016
After the inclusion of previously discarded provisional ballots, Senate President Andy Biggs' lead has grown over former Go Daddy executive Christine Jones for the Republican primary in Arizona's 5th Congressional District.
Sep. 11, 2016
In a national poll, Latino Decisions and America’s Voice focused on how Latinos across the country felt about presidential nominees.On Friday, the organizations unveiled state-specific results. Poll: Arizona Latinos Favor Clinton
Sep. 9, 2016
The last time Arizona voters picked a Democrat for President was two decades ago to re-elect Bill Clinton. To find another example, you have to go back to 1948. But now the Hillary Clinton campaign has started investing in the state.
Sep. 9, 2016
The Christine Jones campaign sought to have the votes included in the tight race where she trails Andy Biggs by nine votes.
Sep. 9, 2016
The Christine Jones campaign is asking Maricopa County to count ballots that were thrown out in the razor thin election.
Sep. 8, 2016
A Chandler pharmaceutical company is now the largest donor in the campaign against legalized marijuana in Arizona. Insys Therapeutics gave $500,000 to Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy against Proposition 205, four times more than any other donor.
Sep. 8, 2016
The battle over the GOP primary in Arizona’s Fifth Congressional District continued in court Thursday as attorneys for Christine Jones called a number of voters as witnesses.
Sep. 8, 2016
Turnout in Arizona’s primary elections rarely meets the highest expectations of anyone in the community—whether they’re candidates, consultants or organizers.
Sep. 7, 2016
Arizona’s primary election was held on August 30 and there’s one major race which hasn’t been settled yet. It’s the GOP battle in the 5th Congressional District between the two candidates who finished at the top—Andy Biggs and Christine Jones.
Sep. 7, 2016
Gov. Doug Ducey is refusing take sides in the latest dust-up between his party's presidential nominee and the state's junior senator.
Sep. 7, 2016
The Christine Jones campaign has filed a law suit alleging hundreds of mail-in and provisional ballots were incorrectly thrown out.
Sep. 6, 2016
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is putting some distance between him and Donald Trump when it comes to cultivating better relations with Mexico. In the wake of the candidate's speech last week in Phoenix, the governor said he does not believe a physical barrier between the U.S. and Mexico is necessary.
Sep. 6, 2016
Only nine votes separate Arizona Senate President Andy Biggs and Christine Jones, a former GoDaddy executive. That comes after thousands of mail-in and provisional ballots were counted over the weekend.
Sep. 5, 2016

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