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It's not just Arizona: Push to review 2020 ballots spreads

People who believe debunked election conspiracy theories are pushing for audits of ballots in an increasing number of state

Arizona audit of 2020 election resumes after weeklong hiatus

The recount is taking far longer than expected, and counters had to vacate the facility for high school graduations

Arizona's budget, teen mental health support and school sports

In this week's episode of Arizona 360, the team also discusses COVID-19 updates.

Realities of masking and vaccination changes for Arizona

The head of the Arizona Department of Health Services discusses what she's advising people to do in this leg of the pandemic.

Arizona election chief: GOP-audited machines must be dropped

Secretary of State Katie Hobbs says Maricopa County lost control of the machines after they were handed over and doesn’t know what was done to them.

Watchdog group sues for Arizona election audit records

Group seeks a variety of records including communications with the state Senate and the audit's budget and funders

Arizona auditors backtrack, say no election data destroyed

Announcement reverses earlier allegations that election officials eliminated evidence.

Senate gets election audit update

Maricopa County declined to participate in the meeting.

Robson runs for governor

The Arizona Board of Regents member is the second Republican to enter the race.

Republican-led Maricopa County Board fights back against election audit and claims of voter fraud

Board of Supervisors cal on fellow members of the GOP and business leaders to speak out against the partisan audit

AZ Senate passes sex ed bill, again

A similar bill was vetoed by Governor Ducey last month.

Yee announces run for Governor

The current state treasurer is the first Republican in the race.

Republican Arizona election official calls Trump accusation "unhinged"

Maricopa County Recorder calls for an end to the falsehoods about how the AZ election was run

Conservative group boasts of secret role in voting laws, including in Arizona

The claims are made in a video presentation by Heritage Action

Navajo Nation opposes new law for unsigned mail-in ballots

Due to the rural nature of the Navajo Nation, it argues voters need more time after an election to correct ballot issues.

Phoenix-area businessman Jim Lamon declares for Senate

The first Republican has announced a run for Senate.

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