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Ballot count complete in Arizona, but Republicans press ahead with challenges

Despite legal and political challenges, officials have vowed to certify results by the Nov. 30 deadline.

2 Republicans, 1 Democrat elected Arizona utility regulators

Democrats picked up a seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission, which will have a 3-2 Republican majority.

Poll: Arizona Latinos largely chose Biden

A poll shows Latinos in the state voted 3-1 for Biden. Local activists say that shouldn't come as a surprise.

Here's what happens to an unreadable ballot in Arizona

Unfounded rumors about Sharpies don't match up with the process that takes place if a ballot is unreadable.

Arizona elections officials refute '#Sharpiegate' rumor

Posts claim Trump voters were given markers that would ruin ballots. That's false, officials said.

Democrat Mark Kelly beats Republican Martha McSally in Arizona Senate race

Former astronaut flips Republican seat previously held by John McCain.

Arizona votes to legalize recreational marijuana

A similar bill to Proposition 207 narrowly lost in 2016.

Arizonans approve tax on wealthy to fund education. Now what?

Your questions about Proposition 208, the Invest in Ed ballot measure, answered.

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.

Recapping Arizona Propositions 207 and 208

A discussion with AZPM's Alisa Reznick and Jake Steinberg.

Parties getting out the vote in Maricopa County

The county is key to candidates' victory in the state.

Exploring the myth of monolithic voting blocs

Campaigns often target voting "blocs" based on gender, religion and race, despite these groups being politically diverse.

As candidates woo Latino voters, local organization steps in with an ear to the ground

LUCHA's get-out-the-vote campaign aims to reach more than a million Indigenous, Black and Latino voters.

A look at Arizona’s two ballot measures

Arizona voters will decide on taxing top earners to fund education and legalizing recreational marijuana.

What's on my ballot in Pima County? Top races and initiatives

Learn more about the races being decided Nov. 3 with AZPM and NPR coverage of the 2020 election.

Senate candidates face off in debate

Mark Kelly and Martha McSally debated the issues for 90 minutes.

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