Stories tagged: "Katie Hobbs"


Four people have already put their names in the hat to be Arizona's next Secretary of State.
Katie Hobbs Won’t Seek Re-Election for Secretary of State in 2022. Here’s Who’s Running to Replace Her.

Two Democrats and two Republican lawmakers have thrown their hat into the ring to be Arizona’s new chief elections officer.

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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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A Timeline of Arizona’s Long History of Early Voting

This is the first year many states are allowing voters to mail in their ballots, an option Arizona voters have enjoyed since the '90s.

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Some Arizona Voters in Long-Term Care Centers May Now Vote by Video Call

A judge ruled Monday that Arizona may allow voters in long-term care centers to cast their ballots virtually if it's necessary due to a disability.

older poll workers sits behind plastic shield at check-in table wearing protective equipment
Arizona Asks Younger People to Sign Up as Poll Workers to Save Seniors

The risk of catching COVID-19 at a polling place has left some county elections departments struggling to find poll workers.

Memorial to Confederate soldiers outside Arizona's Capitol building
Why Does Arizona Have Eight Confederate Memorials? Here’s Where They Are.

Worldwide protests against racial injustice have renewed the debate over why some states still display memorials to the Confederate States of America.