Stories tagged: "Donald Trump"


Camaron Stevenson
The Arizona Senate’s ‘Audit’ of the 2020 Election Results Is Finally Over, but at What Cost?

Elections officials on both sides of the political aisle spent the last few months blowing the whistle on the mismanagement throughout the audit process.

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AP Investigation Finds Only 4 Voter Fraud Cases From 2020 Election in Arizona Have Led to Charges

Arizona county election officials have identified fewer than 200 cases of potential voter fraud out of more than 3 million ballots cast in last year’s presidential election.

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Arizona Republican Threatens to Sue Constituents for Saying He ‘Played a Role’ in the Capitol Riot

Arizona Rep. Mark Finchem received $6,000 from Trump’s campaign as he worked to invalidate Joe Biden’s win. Arizona Republican state Rep. Mark Finchem—currently the only declared candidate for the position of Arizona secretary of state—has threatened to sue a group calling for his recall. Lawyers for Finchem sent a letter dated May 5 to Rural Arizonans for Accountability, a...

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A Tech Billionaire Met with White Supremacists in 2016. Now He’s Funding an Arizona GOP Candidate.

The billionaire tech investor met with white supremacists in 2016 while supporting Trump’s campaign. Politico reported on Monday that billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel is giving $10 million to Saving Arizona PAC, a super political action committee that will support the upcoming Senate campaign of his business partner Blake Masters. Masters is the chief operating...

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Somehow, 1 in 4 Arizonans Still Insist Trump Won the Election

This is despite the insurrection and an unprecedented two impeachments. As the Senate began debate Tuesday on a historic second impeachment of former President Donald Trump, a recent poll shows that more than half of Arizona Republicans believe Trump was the rightful winner of the November election. The poll, taken by OH Predictive Insights shortly...

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Biden’s Next Big Challenge: How to Deal With Trump’s Takeover of the Courts

“If somebody believes they are a victim of discrimination in their workplace, the final say on whether our civil rights laws are properly enforced is a lower court judge,” Daniel Goldberg, legal director of the nonprofit advocacy group Alliance for Justice, told COURIER.

A Trump supporter is tended to by a police officer while suffering the effects of chemical agents used to disperse crows after protesters stormed the grounds the Capitol Building on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Jon Cherry/Getty Images)
Trump’s Tough Stance on Black Lives Matter Protesters Disappears for White Terrorists

Wednesday's uprising drove home a painful and obvious point: Police exercise a level of moderation when facing whites that is hardly ever extended to people of color.