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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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Katie Hobbs Touts Her Political Competence – And ‘Sanity’ — in Bid for Governor

Hobbs said she was motivated to enter the governor’s race after overseeing the 2020 election in Arizona – a position that thrust her into the national spotlight as she vigorously defended the integrity of the vote.

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School Superintendent Candidate Befriended, Defended Multiple Alleged Child Sex Criminals

Republican Tom Horne has repeatedly defended a child molester, voted against harsher penalties for statutory rape, and voted to reinstate a teacher who had been looking at pornography in the classroom.

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Blake Masters’ Incredible Flip-Flop on Abortion Is One for the Ages

Masters previously supported a nationwide abortion ban, said he thought Roe v. Wade was a “horrible decision,” that allowing women the freedom to make their own reproductive health decisions was equivalent to “genocide.” Now, he claims he wants a ban on fewer than 1% of abortions. 

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Here Is Who Will Be On The Ballot In November for State Superintendent of Education

The incumbent superintendent will face off in November against a conservative former superintendent and a write-in Libertarian candidate.

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A Republican Candidate for County Office Just Encouraged Voters to Interfere With Polling Equipment

Elections officials have asked in-person voters to use the pens provided at the polls—which contain fast-drying ink—to avoid ink smearing and potentially invalidating the ballot.

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Meet the More Than 70 Educators Who Are Running For The Arizona Legislature This Year

A growing number of Arizona’s legislators are current and former educators—and even more are on the ballot this year, vying for a seat at the Capitol.