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Secretary of state warns of threats to election workers

Hobbs tells Senate committee that election offices are grappling with high turnover in the face of threats and harassment.

Pima County administrator suffered 'serious head injury,' broken ribs in crash

The county said Chuck Huckelberry was struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle.

Mail ballots no later than Wednesday for local elections, officials say

More than 58,000 Tucson voters have already cast ballots in the municipal election.

3rd Pima County resident faces illegal voting charges

The case is the third involving a felon who was able to cast a ballot in Pima County last year.

Former Attorney General Grant Woods dead at 67

According to a statement from his family, Woods died unexpectedly.

More Sinema backers defect over her Biden plan objections

Five members of Sinema's veterans advisory council resigned Thursday.

Pima County supervisors appoint Stahl Hamilton to fill Senate vacancy

Stahl Hamilton will fill the Legislative District 10 seat vacated by fellow Tucson Democrat Kirsten Engel.

Vice president visits Lake Mead

Vice President Kamala Harris surveyed drought conditions and made a case for the Biden Administration’s infrastructure plans.

Arizona Senate's election review records again ruled public

A judge has ruled in favor of the release of communications between leaders in the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate and private contractors.

How redistricting could reshape Arizona's political landscape

This week, The Buzz examines the state's redistricting process and how it could change politics in Southern Arizona.

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.

Kelly open to income limits for new social programs

Senator says he can "see the value" in limiting eligibility for some programs as lawmakers argue for income limits in Biden administration's Build Back Better plan.

Judge to review Arizona audit records for possible release

An Arizona judge has ordered the state Senate to immediately provide text messages and emails related to the Senate Republicans’ partisan review of the 2020 vote count.

House panel examines Arizona election review effects

Head of company hired to lead the election review was invited to the congressional hearing but did not attend.

As second immigration reform measure is rejected, activists in Arizona look to Democratic leadership

The parliamentarian of the U.S. Senate rejected a second version of immigration reform put forward by Congressional Democrats this week.

Glassman runs for attorney general

The former Tucson City Councilman is in the Republican primary.

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