For 56 years, the Arizona Supreme Court had five justices. That changed in 2016 when Gov. Doug Ducey packed the state’s highest court by swearing in a sixth and seventh justice.
Two Republicans and one Democrat are running for Maricopa County attorney, the third largest public prosecutorial agency in the nation.
The district covers a portion of north Phoenix from 43rd Avenue to State Route 51, and from Thunderbird Road to several miles north of the Deer Valley Airport.
Are you one of the millions of Maricopa County voters who received a ballot in the mail recently? Here's why, and what you need to know about your ballot.
Bookmark this page for the latest on-the-ground updates on what's happening in Arizona on Election Day.
As part of our efforts to help voters feel informed as the November election approaches, we're creating an overview of local races throughout the state.
If voting with an absentee ballot isn't an option for you—or you just want to vote in person—here’s what you need to know to cast your ballot.
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