KINGMAN – U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar, hoping for reelection to Arizona’s 4th Congressional District, and Joe Arpaio, candidate for U.S. Senate, were met with applause at a packed Dambar Steakhouse Tuesday during the Kingman Republican Women meeting.
PHOENIX — Republican primary voters casting ballots for an open U.S. Senate seat in Arizona are unlikely to see a televised debate despite calls from two of the three candidates.
Yavapai County Recorder Leslie Hoffman has announced that the last day to request an early ballot be mailed to you is Friday, Aug. 17, for the Aug. 28 Primary Election.
For many people, a justice of the peace or constable are not part of one’s daily life.
Dewey-Humboldt Town Council candidate Karen Brooks complimented the audience of about 80 at Thursday’s candidate forum for being informed about the issues facing the town.
PHOENIX — Attorneys for a Democrat activist told a federal judge Friday, Aug. 10, there is a legal and constitutional right for her and others to deliver someone else’s ballot to polling places.
All other districts' seats uncontested
In the tri-city region, only Prescott Unified School District and Chino Valley Unified School District will have contested school board races, or three candidates for two, four-year seats this year.
Arizona is a political rarity this year, one of the few places where Democrats have any hope of flipping a Republican Senate seat.
PHOENIX — He said it isn’t always a smooth relationship.
The Mayoral-Council Candidate forum for Dewey-Humboldt residents takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9, at the Cherry Creek Ranch Event Center, Highway 169 and Foothill Drive.
PHOENIX — The decision for Republicans on who to nominate for governor could depend on whose numbers they believe.
Education is one of the top issues in Arizona's gubernatorial race after anger about stagnating school funding bubbled over into a six-day teachers' walkout this spring.
PHOENIX -- Kelly Fryer lashed out at her Democrat gubernatorial foes Tuesday for talking about ways to improve border security rather than dealing with the issue of immigration as a humanitarian problem.
PHOENIX — The attorney for the state’s largest utility said Monday that Arizonans should be precluded from voting on a renewable energy mandate because they were not told when signing petitions that a California billionaire is behind the measure.
For the Aug. 28 primary election, The Daily Courier is highlighting contested races.
Some agreement, some opposite side of the aisle remarks at candidate forum on education
Everyone at the Legislative District 1 candidate forum July 25 agreed on one thing: Schools need more money.
The last day to register to vote or to change your party affiliation for the Primary Election is Monday, July 30, according to Yavapai County Recorder Leslie Hoffman.
After tens of thousands of Arizona teachers walked out of their classrooms in protest over pay and funding this spring, voters must decide whether to choose a new chief of the public school system.
Two candidates, Kell Palguta and Michael Whiting, are running for Prescott Valley mayor for the seat vacated by Harvey Skoog.
Seven candidates are running for mayor and council seats in Dewey-Humboldt: two for mayor, and five for three council seats.
Mayor candidates file financial statements through June 30
Two candidates are vying for the mayor’s seat in Prescott Valley, and both have filed their financial report showing receipts and disbursements through June 30 for campaign activities.
PHOENIX — Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema says Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the agency that some in her party are clamoring to abolish, is performing an “important function.”
PHOENIX — Voter participation is eroding across the U.S. and the situation in Arizona is a crisis, according to a study by the Morrison Institute of Public Policy at Arizona State University.
PHOENIX — Arizona Realtors formally launched their bid Tuesday to ask voters to ban state lawmakers from ever taxing services, even if it also would reduce or eliminate taxes on other necessities — or even if legislators say the revenues are needed.
Prop. 306 actually would take power from commission
PHOENIX — Members of the Citizens Clean Elections Commission voted Friday to sue the Legislative Council for what commissioners claim is an effort to mislead voters about an upcoming ballot measure.