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Sinema says she still opposes $3.5 trillion budget blueprint

The Democratic senator has objected to the plan's price tag.

Tucson surgeon Douglas Lowell runs for Congress

Lowell vows to complete border wall, push "America First" agenda.

Arizona Senate GOP's 2020 election report delayed again

Senate GOP leader says several involved have contracted COVID-19.

Arizona county seeks reimbursement for new voting machines

Maricopa County demands state Senate pay $2.8M to cover the costs of replacing vote-counting machines used in Legislature's election review.

Arizona initiative would require ID with mail ballots

Conservative groups and Republican lawmakers say they will ask voters to approve a voter-identification requirement for mail-in ballots.

Tucson voters will decide on raise for mayor, city council

Voters last approved a raise for the city's leaders in 1999.

Arizona state senator accused of molestation resigning

The Phoenix-area lawmaker faced growing calls to step down.

Foothills want out of current congressional and legislative districts

Residents gave the Independent Redistricting Commission an earful.

Dahl, Kozachik win Democratic primaries for Tucson city council

Unopposed, Fimbres is nominated for another term

Juan Ciscomani announces run for Congress

Governor's advisor seeking GOP nomination in 2nd Congressional District

'Botched': Arizona GOP's ballot count ends, troubles persist

So-called audit was funded mostly by supporters of former President Donald Trump

Trump supporters raise $5.7M for Arizona election audit

The money from pro-Trump groups dwarfs the $150,000 contributed by the Arizona Senate

Political spotlight pushes Arizona voters into independents

The number of people who do not prefer either major party is growing.

Newly introduced bill aims to increase access to clean water in tribal lands

If passed, the bill could provide billions across a variety of federal programs to improve water infrastructure and operation.

Ducey appoints ex-aide to fill state Supreme Court vacancy

Kathryn Hackett King, a Phoenix lawyer, was Ducey’s deputy general counsel from 2015 to 2017.

State Representative Lieberman joins race for governor

The Phoenix area Democrat joins a growing field.

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