Stories tagged: "elections"


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A Place at the Table: Latinas in Arizona Strive for Representation in Politics

Latinos are a growing force in the nation’s political landscape, even as they lag in election to public office in Arizona. Esme Franco Ruiz is passionate about her work in politics—even though she despises politics. “I don’t like politics because it tends to be very, very shady,” she said. “I don’t appreciate how it’s a...

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They Called Arizona’s Elections Invalid—But They’re Still Running For Office

Republicans state representatives Mark Finchem and Walt Blackman want to run for the Arizona Secretary of State and a US Representative, respectively.  This story has been updated with comments from Rep. Walt Blackman. Arizona representatives Mark Finchem and Walt Blackman were two of the most prominent voices behind baseless allegations of election fraud in the...

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Here’s Everyone Running for Outgoing Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick’s Seat So Far

The 2022 race could shape up to be one of the most heated in the country. The race for outgoing Democratic Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick’s seat is quickly heating up. Multiple hopefuls have declared they will be running for her seat in the 2022 election just weeks after the long-term representative announced she wouldn’t run for...

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Pima County Has a New Recorder, and She’s Already Making History

Gabriella Cázares-Kelly decided to run for office after uncovering systemic issues she felt prevented indigenous community members from being able to vote.

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.

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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.