The apparently losing candidate for attorney general is asking a judge to block the secretary of state from declaring Kris Mayes the winner.
Democrat Kris Mayes will be the next attorney general of Arizona, pending a recount.
Arizona voters who overwhelmingly cast their ballots by mail have rejected a measure that would have required them to add more information to the simple signature and date they now put on the back of the return envelope.
Governor-elect Katie Hobbs laid out her priorities for the next four years, promising to work with the Republican-controlled Legislature to solve problems — but with a political warning to those who choose a different path.
Lyana Mazon and Brianne Wolcott were elected to the two seats on the Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board Nov. 8.
Margins between Democrats and Republicans narrowed considerably Wednesday in key Arizona races as election officials chipped away at counting more than half a million mail ballots returned on Election Day and shortly before.
Cyndi Thomas won re-election and Marcia Hilborn also claimed a seat on the Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board Tuesday night, according to unofficial results.
The dynamics of the state and local election process with votes still being tallied into the early hours Wednesday, and likely continuing throughout the week, changed the course of one local Governing Board race and prompted an incumbent in another to congratulate two new board candidates.
The appeal of Donald Trump’s movement was put to the test Tuesday in the race for governor of Arizona, a crucial battleground state where the former president’s allies have taken control of the Republican Party.
The unofficial results as of Tuesday night, Nov. 8, saw newcomers Lyana Mazon with 6,367 votes, and Brianne Wolcott with 6,150 votes, in the lead for the two seats up for election on the Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board.
Beneath a sign that predicted a “red wave” for the Yavapai County Republican Party, the three GOP candidates for the Arizona State Legislature in District 1 ended election night on Tuesday, Nov. 8 with comfortable leads.
In the most contested, and contentious, Governing Board race in recent Prescott history, the voters appear to have opted to support the pro-district team of candidates for both the two, four-year seats and the two-year seat that included an incumbent and a first-time Republican conservative candidate.
Following are the unofficial results as reported by Yavapai County Elections and the Arizona Secretary of State's Office - as of 9 a.m. Thursday, with 100% precincts reporting in the county and 100% statewide.
Authorities on Sunday were investigating an envelope that reportedly contained suspicious white powder that was opened at the Phoenix campaign headquarters of Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake.
Yavapai County Recorder Michelle M. Burchill has announced that the last day to vote early in-person or vote a replacement ballot is Friday, Nov. 4.
Yavapai County Recorder, Michelle M. Burchill would like to remind voters about important information regarding the upcoming 2022 General Election being held Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Yavapai County Recorder, Michelle M. Burchill would like to remind voters that the full text inserts that were included and delivered in your early ballot packages are for informational purposes only.
Watch the Arizona Gubernatorial Event premiere with Kari Lake.
In front of a crowd of several hundred supporters in downtown Prescott this week, Arizona’s U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly emphasized recent legislative successes on everything from prescription drugs for senior citizens to help for veterans who suffer from war-related ailments to gun safety.
Cowboy caviar is more expensive to make. Tractor parts are in short supply. And employees are hard to find.
Kari Lake, the Republican candidate for Arizona governor, blasted a Phoenix PBS affiliate Wednesday for scheduling an interview with her Democratic rival, Katie Hobbs, saying the move makes it easier for Hobbs to avoid a debate.
“There’s more that unites us than divides us” was on a shirt displayed by Democrat Mike Fogel at the end of Tuesday night’s debate between him and Republican Ken Bennett, Legislative District 1 candidates for Arizona State Senate.
Candidates for Arizona Legislative District 1 discussed water issues during a forum on Zoom Oct. 8 hosted by Citizens Advisory Water Group (CWAG).
Abortion is the top issue in the Arizona attorney general election that pits Republican Abraham Hamadeh against Democrat Kris Mayes.
Three candidates for two school board seats on the Chino Valley United School District Governing Board debated Sept. 28 at the district’s board room.