Q&AZ

Q&AZ

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Q&AZ

Whether you were born in Arizona or came here from somewhere else, chances are you’ve wondered about the people, places and things in the Grand Canyon State.

We think great stories start with curious questions, and KJZZ wants to investigate your questions — big or small — from the Valley or across the state.

Submit a question below. Please note: We won't be able to answer every question, but we will answer as many as we can and also have voting rounds periodically for you to determine which questions we should focus on next!

For questions about programming, membership or anything else about KJZZ, please visit kjzz.org/contact.

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What questions do you have about the Valley and the state we call home?

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Questions our reporters have answered:

Q&AZ: What Happened To The Lawsuit Regarding Inmate Health Care?
KJZZ listener Chandler McElroy used the Q&AZ portal to ask about the latest developments in Arizona’s prison health care class action lawsuit.
July 20, 2020
Q&AZ: Why Arent Candidates Names In Alphabetical Order On Ballots?
The placement of candidates’ names on ballots goes beyond alphabetical order. It depends on the type of election, the city and sometimes even the precinct. Arizona state law requires if two or more candidates appear on a ballot, precincts rotate the names of each candidate so that every name appears an equal number of times in every position.
July 20, 2020
Q&AZ: Whats The Origin Of Arizonas Name?
According to the Secretary of State, the Spanish sometimes spelled Arizona with an S or even two Ss. And it was located somewhere in what are now borderlands. But scholars disagree on the meaning and the source of the name.
June 29, 2020