Stories tagged: "election"


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Expand the Supreme Court? Arizona Did It First.

Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation expanding the Arizona Supreme Court from five justices to seven in 2016.

The Black Lives Matter protests are among the main motivations for young Latino voters to go to the polls in 2020.
Young Latino Voters Are Driven by Social Issues and Are More Independent Than Parents, Poll Shows

85% of Latino voters age 18 to 34 are driven to vote by race and ethnic inequality issues, a study conducted by Telemundo and BuzzFeed News shows.

Kim Kardashian, left, and rapper Kanye West watch during the second half of an NBA basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Cleveland Cavaliers, Monday, Jan. 13, 2020, in Los Angeles. The Lakers won 128-99. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
Arizona Courts Rule Kanye Changed Party Too Late to Run as Independent

The state's highest court rejected Kanye West's bid to make it on the Arizona ballot as an Independent Presidential candidate.

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Maricopa County In-Person Voting Begins in Just One Month — Are You Ready?

Voters in Maricopa County will be able to start voting in person in on Oct. 7, and can receive text updates regarding the status of their ballot.

Phillips held a press conference to defend his actions after video from the rally sparked calls for Phillips to resign from office.
Scottsdale Councilmember Who Said ‘I Can’t Breathe’ at Anti-Mask Rally To Be on November Ballot

Guy Phillips rejected calls to resign after he invoked George Floyd’s dying words while protesting against policies requiring the use of face coverings.

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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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Voters in Maricopa County Can Cast Their Ballot at Any Polling Place This Fall

151 polling locations throughout Maricopa County will be converted into locations where any registered voter can go and cast their ballot.