Political ads are meant to evoke emotion, raise our hopes and increase our doubts, among other things. But how often, as a particular campaign message is tossed our way, do we consider the artistic level or influences of the ad?
As the final days before the election wind down, the presidential candidates are focusing a lot of attention on Arizona. Hillary Clinton and Mike Pence will be in the state this week, along with two campaign surrogates.
All of the burials studied occurred during the Early Agricultural Period, from 2100 BC to 50 AD. Spread over 150 miles and 2,000 years, they shared one key quality that a researcher said “set them apart from others.”
Some of the youngest voters in the 2020 election are in eighth grade this year. While they learn the nuts and bolts of how we elect a college (like how many electoral votes it takes to get the White House), they're also starting to define their political beliefs.
The Arizona Democratic party is asking a federal judge to stop what it’s calling voter intimidation tactics by the state GOP and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. A court date is set for Thursday afternoon in this lawsuit.