Arizonans who haven’t already cast their ballot can head to the polls Tuesday. Two of Arizona’s congressional seats are among the most hotly contested races in the nation. Those races and several statewide offices have seen massive spending by candidates and outside groups.
Data from a mountain lion tracking project in Texas show the population is stable and may be growing. But this project is taking place on private land and most of the test area is owned by ranchers, who historically have no love lost for mountain lions.
Even though many Arizonans will have already voted by Election Day tomorrow, there are those who still enjoy going to the polls in person. And state law requires they be given the time off from work to do so.
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery said he is now turning to the U.S. Supreme Court in the hopes of preserving a controversial Arizona law that denies bail to some undocumented defendants in jail.
The Navajo Nation will postpone its presidential election and remove a candidate who is not fluent in the tribe’s language. The tribe's high court is also stripping the authority of its board of election supervisors.