Stories tagged: "election"


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‘Truly a Sad Day’: Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Voter Suppression Laws

The conservative-controlled US Supreme Court upheld Arizona’s laws restricting third-party ballot collection and out-of-precinct voting.

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Former Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes Announces Bid for Secretary of State

As recorder, Fontes expanded options for early voting, cut down on long wait times, and made voting more accessible.

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‘No Question’: Local Carpenters Union Endorses Katie Hobbs in Bid for Arizona Governor

Hobbs has repeatedly pushed back against misinformation surrounding the 2020 election, and has been a vocal critic of the GOP-led audit of the election.

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Arizona’s Chief Elections Officer Has Received Multiple Threats in Recent Months. She’s Not Backing Down.

Katie Hobbs said she had received three threats, including one from a man who said she deserved to die and to know what she was wearing.

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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.