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Elections Director in Cochise County leaving

The announcement caught some by surprise.

Appeals court: Arizona early voting system is constitutional

The three-judge panel rejected the Arizona Republican Party’s argument that mail-in voting violates the secrecy clause in the state Constitution.

Recall petitions circulating for Cochise County supervisor

In order to trigger a recall, The Committee to Recall Tom Crosby has 120 days to gather 4,865 signatures.

Biden honors Bowers, others, on second anniversary of Jan. 6 insurrection

Biden called Bowers an “example of what integrity is about.”

Ex-Arizona Supreme Court judge to probe ballot printer issue

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors announced Friday in a joint statement that former Chief Justice Ruth McGregor will oversee the probe.

Hobbs calls on elected officials to end conspiracy theories

Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs pledged in her inaugural address Thursday to work with her political rivals.

Democrat Katie Hobbs takes office as Arizona governor

Hobbs was sworn in during a private ceremony at the state Capitol as she formally took over from Republican Doug Ducey.

Mayes wins Arizona attorney general race after recount

The Arizona attorney general’s race was one of the closest elections in state history.

Lake on hook for $33K in witness fees in failed challenge

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson declined to impose sanctions against Lake and her lawyers.

Supporters: Debt collection act an important protection, but not a cure-all

The new law lowers the interest rate that businesses or debt collectors can levy on medical debt from the previous 10% to 3%.

Fire districts face uncertain funding future after ballot measure’s failure

Fire districts will likely have to raise property taxes to generate the funds they need.

After overwhelming voter OK, political ‘dark money’ law hailed as model

Anyone who violates the disclosure requirement could be fined at least the amount they failed to report, and potentially as much as three times that amount.

Colleges expect more undocumented students this spring after Prop 308

On Nov. 8, when voters narrowly approved Proposition 308, a measure allowing state residents to get the in-state tuition rate, regardless of their citizenship status.

Lake loses suit over her defeat in Arizona governor’s race

The court did not find clear and convincing evidence of the widespread misconduct that Lake had alleged had affected the result of the 2022 general election.

Arizona Republican loses lawsuit over attorney general race

A judge concluded Abraham Hamadeh’s challenge of election results didn’t prove the errors in vote counting that he had alleged.

Arizona lawyers: Kari Lake election loss lawsuit lacks merit

At the trial's closing arguments Thursday, attorneys for Arizona said Lake’s claims were based on hearsay, speculation and theatrics.

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