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Invest in Ed is headed to court, again
Two legal challenges argue that Proposition 208 unconstitutionally overrules the Legislature's taxing authorities.
Mark Kelly sworn in as senator, casts first vote
Two days after the election results became official, Arizona got a new U.S. senator.
Overcoming Post-Election Partisan Hostility
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McSally says goodbye to Senate
McSally thanked supporters in her final floor speech.
McSally concedes to Kelly in Arizona Senate race
The Republican called her Democratic opponent on Friday morning and offered to help with the transition, according to a statement.
Missing and murdered Indigenous women study committee releases recommendations
The committee identified a list of legislative, data and law enforcement recommendations.
Democrats poised to expand control of Pima County Board of Supervisors
After initial results, Steve Christy likely to be the board's sole Republican.
Moderate voters gave Democrats an Arizona Senate seat in 2018. Will they do it again?
To some voters, Joe Biden and Mark Kelly are more reminiscent of John McCain than their Republican opponents.
Dems make big voter registration gains in AZ, but GOP still leads
Democrats are the second-most popular political group for the first time since 2010.
Tool helps voters locate polling sites in tribal lands
The ASU Indian Legal Clinic says the poll locator tool meets a need for Indigenous voters who don't have standard addresses.
Judge denies early voting site within Pascua Yaqui tribal lands
The tribe sued Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez last week in effort to reinstate the site her office closed in 2018.
How Trump’s message lands with some Latino voters
The president's reelection campaign has strong support from the owners of one Catalina restaurant.
Do political debates still have value?
A UA expert on civil discourse insists voters have the final say.
Mayor Romero reminds Trump campaign of COVID-19 guidelines ahead of Monday rally
In a letter, the mayor also asked the campaign to pay a bill of $80,000 for a rally in 2016.
Democrats in Arizona out front in two polls
Biden and Kelly lead their Republican rivals.
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