Field of prospective Prescott council candidates grows to 8
Two new prospective Prescott City Council candidates took out nominating packets from the city clerk’s office this past week, bringing the total field to eight.
District of Columbia police are using tear gas canisters in a confrontation with protesters in downtown Washington.
WASHINGTON — There were many protesters but few faithless electors as Donald Trump won the Electoral College vote Monday — ensuring he will become America's 45th president.
PHOENIX — Arizona’s 11 Electoral College voters have each been inundated with tens of thousands of emails, hundreds of letters and untold numbers of phone calls urging them not to cast their ballots for president-elect Donald Trump.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — President-elect Donald Trump claimed Sunday that “millions” voted illegally in the national election, scoffing at Hillary Clinton’s nearly 2 million edge in the popular vote and returning to his campaign mantra of a rigged race even as he prepares to enter the White House in less than two months.
Backers of recreational use of marijuana finally conceded Tuesday what has been generally known for a week: Arizona voters didn’t like their proposal.
PHOENIX — The outgoing sheriff of metro Phoenix says he was saddened by his defeat after 24 years in office, but expressed no regrets about launching dozens of immigration crackdowns that made him a national political figure but ultimately led to his downfall.
A day after Donald Trump's election to the presidency, campaign divisions appeared to widen as many thousands of demonstrators — some with signs with messages declaring "NOT MY PRESIDENT" — flooded streets across the country to protest his surprise triumph.
With a hands-open gesture and shake of the head, one Prescott High School senior exclaimed to a fellow U.S. government classmate: “What? Insane!”
The voters of Prescott Valley made their voices heard on Tuesday, Nov. 8, not only in the presidential election, but also in whether or not they will get to approve future sales tax increases.
President-elect Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton congratulated him on his victory.
Eight years after losing his bid for president, five-term GOP Sen. John McCain turned away a determined challenge from Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick.
As Arizona’s recreational-marijuana proposition trailed at the polls late Tuesday, Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk said she was “cautiously optimistic” that the trend would hold and that Proposition 205 would fail.
Voter turnout could top record
Yavapai County voters gave a thumbs up for Republican Donald Trump with 61 percent of their votes and a modest showing for Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton with just 33 percent, in one of the largest voter turnouts in recent Arizona history.
Wendt, Hughes, Timmons elected
Victoria Wendt was standing across the street from the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8, holding a sign and watching as voters made their voices heard.
Matt Zurcher said that while campaigning for a spot on Central Yavapai Fire District Fire Board, he hadn’t done any ride-alongs, nor spent any time with those working in the field.
Hundreds of thousands of Arizonans appear destined to get a wage increase come January.
Former Phoenix police Sgt. Paul Penzone is the new sheriff in town.
Incumbent Campbell, political newcomer Stringer prevail
PRESCOTT – In an expected win, incumbent District 1 State Rep. Noel Campbell won a return trip to his seat in the Legislature for another two years.
Unofficial results in the Nov. 8, 2016, General Election for major contested races.
President Barack Obama is hitting the radio airwaves to encourage Americans to go to the polls to vote for Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump moved within reach of the White House Tuesday night, capturing crucial victories over Hillary Clinton in Florida, Ohio and North Carolina, a remarkable show of strength by the celebrity businessman and political novice who upended American politics with his bombastic rhetoric and calls for sweeping change.
Talks Prescott tradition, veterans, fire & water
PRESCOTT - Sen. John McCain stood on the courthouse steps Monday evening, Nov. 7, with a small crowd of supporters at his back and a bigger one in front, and invoked the spirit of Barry Goldwater, Teddy Roosevelt and Buckey O’Neill.
PHOENIX — When Republican Martha McSally took on Democratic Rep. Ron Barber in Arizona's 2nd congressional district in 2014, the brutal race turned into the third-most expensive in the nation at $19.1 million, featuring nearly $11 million in outside spending on top of the candidates' own $8.2 million.
WASHINGTON — FBI Director James Comey told Congress in a letter sent Sunday that a review of newly discovered Hillary Clinton emails has "not changed our conclusions" from earlier this year that she should not face charges.