Dawn Penich-Thacker of Agave Strategy and Barrett Marson of Marson Media joined The Show to talk about the defeat of a measure supporters say would have helped alleviate the affordable housing crisis in the state, the results from this week’s runoff elections for Phoenix City Council and more.
This week, Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes sued Cochise County, and Gov. Katie Hobbs vetoed a bill on critical race theory. To discuss those stories and others, The Show spoke with Marcus Dell’Artino of First Strategic and former state lawmaker and gubernatorial candidate Aaron Lieberman.
This week, top Republican lawmakers denounced a legislative hearing filled with unfounded conspiracy theories, and Cochise County voted to give election responsibility to its Republican recorder. To discuss those stories and more, The Show spoke with Jaime Molera of Molera Alvarez and Democratic strategist Tony Cani.
To talk about former Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich withholding reports that debunked election fraud claims, more tough question for Gov. Katie Hobbs’ picks to lead state agencies and more, The Show spoke with Doug Cole of HighGround and former state House Minority Leader Reginald Bolding.
Former gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones and former legislative leader Chad Campbell joined The Show to talk about the search for a new nominee to lead the state health department, Gov. Katie Hobbs’ first veto and more.
Bipartisanship prevailed at the state Capitol this week, and lawmakers waived a spending cap that could have spelled disaster for schools. And Republicans on a new committee recommended the state Senate reject Gov. Katie Hobbs’ pick to run the Department of Health Services. For more on these and other headlines from the week, The Show sat down with Paul Bentz of Highground and Dawn Penich-Thacker with Agave Strategy.
Lawmakers on Arizona’s House Education Committee have advanced a plan to help schools avoid a $1.3 billion budget cut. And the state’s political parties have chosen new leaders. To discuss these headlines and more, The Show spoke to Stacy Pearson of Lumen Strategies and Marcus Dell-Artino with First Strategic.
To talk about the first official entrant into next year’s U.S. Senate race in Arizona, the governor and attorney general pausing executions in the state and more, The Show sat down with Chuck Coughlin of HighGround and former state lawmaker and gubernatorial candidate Aaron Lieberman.
To talk about the response to Gov. Katie Hobbs’ first budget proposal, Congressman Greg Stanton saying he won’t run for Senate and more, The Show spoke to Lorna Romero Ferguson of Elevate Strategies and Dawn Penich-Thacker of Agave Strategy.
Former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones and Democratic strategist Tony Cani joined The Show to talk about Gov. Katie Hobbs’ State of the State address and lawmakers’ reaction to it, Maricopa County bringing in a former state Supreme Court justice to look into Election Day printer problems and more.
Former lawmaker David Lujan, now with Children’s Action Alliance, and former state schools superintendent Jaime Molera, of Molera Alvarez, joined The Show to talk about this week’s inauguration for top statewide elected officials, the death of a controversial Arizona politician and more.
A lot has happened over the last 12 months in politics here in Arizona — from a lengthy and oftentimes contentious legislative session to a series of high-profile election races to the state’s senior senator switching political parties. To talk about the year that was in state government and politics, The Show spoke with Stacy Pearson of Lumen Strategies and Marcus Dell’Artino of First Strategic.
This week saw developments in the court cases involving Kari Lake and Abe Hamadeh, and Gov. Doug Ducey decided to tear down the shipping container wall at the southern border. To discuss these happenings and more, The Show spoke with Chip Scutari of S+C Communications and attorney Tom Ryan.
This week, some Republican candidates had their first day in court over challenges to the 2022 midterm results. And the fallout continues from Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s party switch. To discuss these happenings and more, The Show spoke with Paul Bentz of HighGround and Julie Erfle of Erfle Uncuffed.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema has announced her departure from the Democratic party and switching to being an independent. Plus, the state's 2022 midterm election results were certified, and a potential special legislative session is stirring controversy. To discuss this news and more, The Show spoke with Matthew Benson of Veridus and Dawn Penich-Thacker of Agave Strategy.
This week, Cochise County refused to certify its results from the 2022 midterm elections. Now, a judge is getting involved. To discuss this news and more, The Show spoke with Doug Cole of HighGround and former Congressional staffer Roy Herrera.
This week saw Republicans call for the resignation of the state Republican Party chair, Kelli Ward. And a number of high-profile elections saw their conclusions. To discuss these happenings and more, The Show spoke with former gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones and Stacy Pearson of Lumen Strategies.
This week saw voters head to the polls Nov. 8 for the 2022 midterm elections. And days later, ballots are still being counted in races too close to call, like many of those here in Arizona. To discuss this and more, The Show spoke with Chuck Coughlin of HighGround and attorney Tom Ryan.
This week saw accusations of voter intimidation as Arizona's early voting continues. And there's confusion over how Cochise County intends to follow state law in its ballot-counting efforts. To discuss these happenings and more, The Show spoke with Paul Bentz of HighGround and Chad Campbell of Lumen Strategies.
This week saw gubernatorial candidates Katie Hobbs and Kari Lake’s dueling sit-down interviews. And new polls are out for some top-of-the-ticket races. To discuss these happenings and more, The Show spoke with Lorna Romero-Ferguson of Elevate Strategies and former congressional staffer Roy Herrera.