Stories tagged: "elections"


Brenda Barton, a candidate running for the Legislative District 6, has incorrectly stated on her website that she is endorsed by the Arizona Nurses Association.
GOP Candidates Are Losing the Support of Healthcare Workers

Republican opposition to the recommendations of medical experts during the coronavirus pandemic is costing them the support of healthcare workers.

Workers organize ballots at the Maricopa County Recorder's Office Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, in Phoenix. There are several races too close to call in Arizona, especially the Senate race between Democratic candidate Kyrsten Sinema and Republican candidate Martha McSally. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Health Care, Marijuana, and Education: Here’s What Could Change in 2021 in AZ

Organizers for three different ballot initiatives submitted signatures this week that would reshape Arizona's healthcare, education, and marijuana systems.

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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.

In this Nov. 1, 2016, file photo, mail-in ballots for the 2016 General Election are shown at the elections ballot center at the Salt Lake County Government Center, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)
I’m a Republican. Everyone — Including My Party — Should Embrace Voting By Mail.

The time is now for the federal government and the states to secure adequate funds to prepare for a November election that doesn’t require the majority of voters to congregate at the polls on Election Day.

Photo courtesy Rep. Tom O'Halleran
‘No Electricity, No Water:’ Rep. O’Halleran Calls For Bipartisanship to Help Rural Arizona During Pandemic

Representative Tom O’Halleran talks about how he uses bipartisanship to bring relief funding to the 12 tribes in his district.

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Trump’s Attacks on Vote-by-Mail Could Suppress the GOP’s Own Vote

Polling indicates that Trump’s public complaints about mail voting have turned some Republicans against the practice.

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The ‘No Corporate PAC Money’ Movement Is Growing. It Could Help Democrats Flip the Senate.

Several leading 2020 Democratic candidates are trying to win back the Senate from Republicans while refusing corporate PAC money.