Stories tagged: "Attorney General"

FILE - An election worker gathers tabulated ballots to be boxed inside the Maricopa County Recorders Office on Nov. 10, 2022, in Phoenix. A second Republican-controlled Arizona county on Monday, Nov. 21, delayed certifying the results of this month's election as a protest against voting issues in Maricopa County that some GOP officials have blamed for their losses in top races including the contest for governor. (AP Photo/Matt York, File)
Cochise, Mohave Counties Delay Certifying Election as Right-Wing Conspiracy Theories Fly

A second Republican-controlled Arizona county on Monday delayed certifying the results of this month's election as a protest against voting issues in Maricopa County.

Attorney General: Republican Abe Hamadeh Denies 2020 Election Outcome, Would Prosecute Abortion Providers

Abe Hamadeh, the Republican nominee for Arizona attorney general, denies the outcome of the 2020 elections and says he would prosecute abortion providers under state law.

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Attorney General: Democrat Kris Mayes Says She Will Defend Abortion Rights and Protect Mail-in Voting

Democrat Kris Mayes says as Arizona attorney general she would defend abortion rights and protect mail-in voting.

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Opinion: Rachel Mitchell Isn’t Making Communities Safer—That’s Why I Support Julie Gunnigle for Maricopa County Attorney

A Scottsdale pastor shares why she supports Julie Gunnigle as Maricopa County Attorney.

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‘Big Lie’ Proponent Abe Hamadeh Accuses Democratic Party of Running Elections ‘Like Saddam Hussein’

The Republican candidate for Arizona attorney general also described policy that addresses climate change as "frightening" and repeatedly referenced the "deep state" conspiracy theory.

A Conversation With Arizona Attorney General Candidate Kris Mayes

We sat down with Mayes and talked abortion rights, consumer protections, and her decision to leave the Republican Party.

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Attorney General Brnovich Sues to Stop Anti-Discrimination Policy From Taking Effect

The new directive requires any agency or program that receives funding from the USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service—such as public schools— to prohibit discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.