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Arizona Republicans Are Pushing Conspiracy Theories About the 2022 Election — Here’s What Actually Happened

Big Lie candidates who lost their elections have attempted to spread misinformation regarding Arizona's election systems as a way to rile up their supporters and justify why they didn't win their race.

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Arizona Left With One Democratic Senator After Sinema Switches Parties

The announcement comes days after Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock won reelection in Georgia, securing a 51st seat in the US Senate for Democrats, strengthening their majority and weakening the ability of any single senator to hold up legislation.

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Latinos and Young People Voted Blue to Save Democracy in Arizona

Roughly 70% of Latino voters and voters age 18-29 preferred Sen. Mark Kelly and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs over their Republican opponents,

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Post-Election Misinformation Targets Arizona

In Arizona, election officials cannot begin counting early ballots that were dropped off late until the polls close, guaranteeing delays.

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Elections: Here are the Three Arizona Supreme Court Justices up for Re-Election

For 56 years, the Arizona Supreme Court had five justices. That changed in 2016 when Gov. Doug Ducey packed the state’s highest court by swearing in a sixth and seventh justice. 

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8 in 10 Arizonans Regularly Vote by Mail. It’s Safe and Secure, No Matter What Some Candidates Say.

While some Republicans are making false accusations that mail-in voting suddenly isn’t secure, Arizona has offered flexible early voting since the 1990s.

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The Majority of Arizonans Oppose 158-Year-Old Abortion Ban

A new poll shows that 68% of Arizonans are against a 1901 abortion ban that the Arizona Attorney General wants to bring back.