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Douglas voters to decide on bigger stipends for mayor, city council in special election

Voters in Douglas will get a lengthy ballot with 36 measures.

Tucson voters to decide on keeping sales tax for roads

Proposition 411 would continue an existing sales tax in place for ten years, raising an estimated $740 million to improve roads, bike paths and more.

Arizona House votes to delay controversial new election law

As it stands now, the law would likely go into effect between the primary and general elections this year.

Arizona AG letter offers no proof of 2020 election fraud

The review released Wednesday outlines Attorney General Mark Brnovich's concerns with some election procedures but does not provide proof of any major issues.

Senate committee backs bill to end local mail elections

Many municipalities, including Tucson, have embraced the practice.

Here's how much money candidates for governor have raised and spent so far

Leading candidates spent more than $5 million before 2022 even began.

Deadline expires for Arizona to update election procedures manual

AG, SOS could not agree on changes in time for 2022 election.

Voters Split on 2022 Election

Voters are supporting both major parties.

Congress hears from Indigenous leaders about voting barriers

The hearing was a forum for Indigenous leaders to advocate for the proposed Native American Voting Rights Act of 2021.

Corporation Commissioner Justin Olson running for U.S. Senate

Olson is the fifth candidate in what is turning into a crowded Republican primary for the party’s nomination.

Glassman runs for attorney general

The former Tucson City Councilman is in the Republican primary.

Foes of massive Arizona tax cuts file to block them

The Invest in Arizona Now coalition argues the cuts will prevent schools from getting needed funding.

Foes of new Arizona voting laws short of signatures for referendum

Campaign needed to file nearly 120,000 valid signatures Tuesday to prevent the laws approved by the Legislature earlier this year from taking effect.

Campaigns to repeal new state tax, election laws face Sept. 28 deadline

Canvassers are making a final push to get more than 118,000 signatures.

State Sen. Engel resigns from Legislature to focus on congressional race

Engel is one of a handful of Democrats running in the primary for the Second Congressional District.

Where do the tens of thousands of people in Arizona's prisons fit in redistricting?

As Arizona prepares to redraw the boundaries of its political districts, some argue stuffing districts with prisons can be its own kind of gerrymandering.

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