With several hundred provisional and questioned ballots still to be processed, the two Republican candidates in the Legislative District 1 primary race for Arizona State Senate remain less than 250 votes apart.
Chino Valley Mayor Jack Miller won re-election, John McCafferty will get his first full term and newcomers Sherri Phillips and Bob Schacherer will join the Town Council after their election day victories Aug 2.
Kari Lake declared victory Wednesday in the Republican gubernatorial primary even as votes were being counted and even as she continued to insist there is evidence of fraud in Arizona elections — evidence she would not share with the media.
Days of tabulating are still to come before voters will know who the Republican candidate will be for the State Senate seat from Legislative District 1.
An Arizona lawmaker who embraces election conspiracy claims and was endorsed by former President Donald Trump won the Republican primary Tuesday for the top elections post in the presidential battleground state.
Vote counting continued Wednesday in the close race to determine the Republican nominee for governor in Arizona, with former television news anchor Kari Lake narrowly leading lawyer Karrin Taylor Robson.
A close race appears to be playing out for the Republican gubernatorial nomination, with Karrin Taylor Robson ahead of Kari Lake in results from Arizonans who voted early by mail.
Mitch Padilla, a Prescott private attorney with a passion for community service, was the close-to-apparent winner Tuesday night, Aug. 2, in the Republican Primary Election for Prescott Justice of the Peace.
By late Tuesday night, former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett held a lead of about 4% over retired real estate broker and business lawyer Steve Zipperman in the race for the Arizona Senate seat in Legislative District 1.
A festive, party atmosphere filled the Full Swing gym on Tuesday night as loyal Republicans cheered their favorite candidates in the state primary election, with attenders clearly hopeful of the odds for a strong Republican showing come the general election.
Following are the unofficial results as reported by Yavapai County Elections and the Arizona Secretary of State's Office - with 100% of the precincts reporting.
Yavapai County has seen a 50% return rate of early ballots so far for today’s, Aug. 2, Primary Election, as of 8 a.m. Monday.
For Yavapai County voters interested in mailing in their ballots for the Aug. 2 primary, the County Recorder’s Office has announced that Tuesday, July 26, is the last day that ballots should be mailed through the U.S. Postal Service.
With more than two years of experience working with Yavapai County elections and nearly 20 years of office work behind her, Michelle Burchill got the unanimous support of the Yavapai County Supervisors this week to serve as the new Yavapai County Recorder.
Former President Donald Trump visited Prescott Valley on Friday, July 22, to give support to his picks in Arizona's upcoming Primary Election.
Gov. Doug Ducey has already helped block one of former President Donald Trump’s allies from winning the Republican nomination for governor in a crucial battleground state. Now he’s hoping for a repeat in his own backyard.
Fixing roads, opposing high density projects and having staff do work instead of outsourcing projects would be the top three priorities for Bob Schacherer, if elected to Chino Valley Town Council.
Neither incumbent Chino Valley Mayor Jack Miller nor challenger Bob Campbell received the most applause during the mayoral debate Saturday, July 16, at Town Hall with about 40 people attending.
Five candidates are running for Dewey-Humboldt Town Council after candidate Teresa Schroder in early July voluntarily withdrew her name from the Aug. 2 primary election ballot, town officials reported.
Robert Switzer is the only write-in candidate running for Chino Valley Town Council and the only candidate endorsed by Chino Valley Alliance for Responsible Growth.