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Incumbents Have Edge, but Redistricting Scrambles House Race Outlooks

Arizona’s congressional incumbents have the advantage of name recognition and fundraising leads. Analysts say they might need both to keep their seats.

Members of the group "Arizona Republicans Who Believe In Treating Others With Respect" hold signs in support of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, during evening rush hour in Phoenix, Arizona on October 16, 2020. - Arizona has not elected a Democrat since Bill Clinton's second win in 1996, but is undergoing major demographic changes. The state best known abroad for the Grand Canyon is seeing a rapid growth in urban areas, among young college-educated voters, and in its robust Latino community -- groups that tend to favor the Democratic Party. But key to next month's election is that the average Arizona voter, whether Republican or Democrat, tends to be more moderate and is "tired of the President's behavior and the rhetoric coming from his campaign," according to Arizona State University politics lecturer Gina Woodall.
Party Poopers: Independent Voter Registrations Surge as Parties Fall

Republican, Democratic and Libertarian parties all saw drops in registration from the general election, while unaffiliated voters made strong gains.

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Over $400 Million Still Available in Eviction Prevention Funds as Moratorium Ends

Government agencies in Arizona have only distributed 17% of federal funds made available for emergency rental assistance.

Then-Rep. Don Shooter, R-Yuma, drops the mic after defending himself on the floor of the Arizona House in 2018, as fellow lawmakers voted 56-3 to expel him for violating the House’s zero-tolerance policy for workplace harassment.
Court: Shooter Cannot Sue for Expulsion From House in Harassment Case

Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter was expelled from the legislature after an investigation revealed he had sexually harassed a female lawmaker.

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With Senate Again up for Grabs, 2022 Already a Multimillion-Dollar Race

Sen. Mark Kelly reported raising $10.4 million in the first six months of this year, with $7.6 million in cash on hand as of June 30.

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Arizona Democrats Call for Audit Probe, As Federal Panel Starts Its Own

A federal investigation launched last week into the private firm that was contracted to do the audit of Maricopa County's 2020 election results.

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Activists Urge Sinema to Ditch Filibuster After Republicans Use it to Kill Voting Rights Bill

Republicans blocked a bill on Tuesday that would have extensively expanded voting rights, despite support from Democratic and Independent senators.