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Here Are the Biggest Takeaways From Tuesday’s Primary Election

Arizona voters turned out in near-record numbers for Tuesday's primary election — and will be asked to turn out again for the General Election on Nov. 3.

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Two Arizona Senate Candidates Fight Over What It Means to Represent the GOP

The biggest primary election fight in Arizona's Legislature features two sitting Republican lawmakers battling for the soul of the GOP.

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This Arizona Congressional District Could Go Blue For the First Time Since the 1990s

Democrats see the 6th District as winnable because of a long-running ethics investigation into five-term GOP incumbent Rep. David Schweikert.

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Maricopa County Reverses Policy on Anti-Gay Adoptions

The policy was put in place by former Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery after a state law legalized gay marriage in 2015.

FILE - In this June 8, 2020, file photo, is a monument to the region's Confederate troops at a public plaza adjacent to the state Capitol in Phoenix. Two Confederate monuments on Arizona state property, including one at the Capitol, have been removed. A spokeswoman for the Arizona Department of Administration confirmed Thursday, July 23, 2020, that the memorials were taken down overnight and returned to the United Daughters of the Confederacy. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)
Arizona Sends Confederate Monuments Back to Daughters of Confederacy

Two Confederal monuments donated to the state decades ago have been removed from public spaces and returned to the organization that donated them.

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BREAKING: Ducey extends ban on evictions in Arizona

The decision comes less than two weeks before the eviction moratorium was scheduled to end for renters impacted financially by COVID-19.

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More Than Half a Million Arizona Renters At-Risk of Eviction by September

A recent analysis of eviction data found that 20% of U.S. renters, including 577,733 in Arizona, will be at risk for eviction by the end of September.