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Deliberate pace, debate, individual powers appeal to him
Long overdue, retired Air Force fighter pilot says
One moving to Senate, other going home to Arizona after defeat
They keep majority on Board of Supervisors, retain sheriff's post
Incumbent Democratic Sheriff Clarence Dupnik, Republican Mark Napier and Green Party candidate Dave Croteau debate the issues
Incumbent Carroll, newcomer Miller win GOP supervisors' contests
Republican leaders say constitutional right of Legislature taken away in process approved by voters in 2000.
Supreme Court case brings cheer to some, fear to others about electorate discrimination or lack thereof.
Supreme Court decision, 5-4, frees Arizona, 8 other states from federal preclearance of electoral changes.
Watch video here: Arizona’s junior senator counsels against partisanship.
Pew Research Center: 48% of eligible Latinos cast ballots; total number going to polls down by 900,000 from 2008.
Panel asks for no federal court action until state court acts
Smaller GOP majority seen as challenge; education, fiscal issues top list
Big freshman class begins experiencing inner workings of the Capitol
Justices call paperwork discrepancy on sales-tax proposal insignificant
Prop. 409 approved by 953 votes, allowing city to borrow
Prop. 409 margin 82 votes in favor of $100M in borrowing