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Former congressional candidate running for Attorney General
Republican Tiffany Shedd hopes to succeed Mark Brnovich.
Arizona legislature proposes controversial changes to election laws
Voting advocates criticize bills that could change the permanent early voting list or mail-in ballots.
Friese joins race for U.S. House
The southern Arizona member of the legislature hopes to go to Congress.
State Sen. Engel running for Congress
The three-term lawmaker is hoping to replace Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick.
Race for AZ Governor underway
Marco Lopez is the first to formally announce candidacy.
Positioning for congressional race underway
Kirkpatrick’s announced retirement makes for wide open race.
Congresswoman Kirkpatrick not running again
The five-term congresswoman says she will retire at the end of her current term.
AZ voter-approved laws could be restricted
State senators approved a change to the implementation of voter approved laws.
Election bills clear state senate
Investigation funding, new affidavits approved.
State Senate changes Permanent Early Voting List
Staying on the list would require voting under new legislation passed by the Senate.
Republicans want to change election verification counts
The mandatory hand count number would be raised.
Proposed changes to Arizona citizen initiative process
Republican legislators want to change what can go in a citizen’s initiative.
Legislature looks at voter roll maintenance
Republicans want to change how the rolls are checked.
Judge: Arizona Senate, Maricopa County need to settle fight over election data
GOP-led senate had asked for the court to compel compliance from the county
Attorney General Mark Brnovich Sides With Arizona Republicans On Election Subpoena
Earlier bid to enforce subpoena was thrown out
Judge dismisses suit seeking to overturn Arizona election results
Officials have said the lawsuit uses conspiracy theories to make allegations without any proof.
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