Stories tagged: "elections"


Sen.-elect Mark Kely gestures as he speaks during an election night event Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020 in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
McSally Finally Concedes To Kelly

Sen. Martha McSally’s concession came 10 days after polls closed, ending the most expensive race in state history when it became clear that she could not close the gap with outstanding ballots that remained.

Photo courtesy of Yassamin Ansari campaign.
This UN Climate Advisor Worked on Global Policy. Now She Wants to Help Phoenix.

Yassamin Ansari faces off against Cinthia Estela this March in the runoff election for Phoenix City Council.

Voters arrive at a polling station with their ballots ready to be turned in on primary election day Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
It’s Election Day and You’ve Still Got Your Ballot. Here’s How to Get Your Vote Counted.

While the deadline to mail back absentee ballots has passed, there are still a number of ways Arizonans can cast their vote today.

LIVE BLOG: Your Ultimate Guide to Election Day in Arizona

Bookmark this page for the latest on-the-ground updates on what's happening in Arizona on Election Day.

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Answers To Every Question About Voting You Were Too Afraid To Ask

These are some of the most common questions elections officials get from voters about participating in elections.

Photo courtesy of Los Jarritos Mexican Restaurant
Kamala Harris’ Virtual Event in Tucson Focuses on Economic Recovery

Kamala Harris spoke virtually to a group of Latino business owners in Tucson on Saturday, including the owners of beloved Mexican restaurant Los Jarritos.

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Are You Bilingual? This Group Wants You to Be a Poll Worker.

Mi Familia Vota organization is joining other groups across the U.S. in trying to persuade younger people to work at polling places, especially those who are bilingual.