KJZZ’s The Show: Friday Newscap revisits some of the biggest news stories of the week in Arizona and beyond.
To break down a pair of new polls looking at next year’s election, a plan in the Legislature to give teachers a pay raise and more, The Show sat down with former state schools Superintendent Jaime Molera of Molera Alvarez and Marilyn Rodriguez of Creosote Partners.
To break down the results from this week’s elections — both here and elsewhere; an ethics complaint filed against a Democratic state lawmaker; and more, The Show sat down with Doug Cole of HighGround and Democratic strategist Tony Cani.
To analyze the new entrants into the primary for an open Congressional seat and subpoenas going out to two southern Arizona county supervisors, The Show sat down with Matthew Benson of Veridus and Dawn Penich-Thacker of Agave Strategy.
This week, the Republican primary for a West Valley congressional district has another high-profile candidate: Blake Masters. But like the others, he doesn't actually live in Congressional District 8. To break down those headlines and more, The Show sat down with Stacy Pearson of Lumen Strategies and Paul Bentz of HighGround.
To talk about a new open seat in Arizona’s Congressional delegation, setbacks for supporters of hand counting ballots and more, The Show sat down with former state House Minority Leader Reginald Bolding and Daniel Scarpinato — former Chief of Staff to Gov. Doug Ducey, now with the firm Winged Victory.
Chip Scutari of S+C Communications and Democratic strategist Tony Cani joined The Show to talk about a soon-to-be open office in Maricopa County government, yet another sign of a new entrant in the U.S. Senate race and more.
A leaked memo offers insight into Senator Kyrsten Sinema’s strategy if she chooses to run for re-election next year, and Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs said she will skip GOP-led Senate confirmations for Arizona agency directors. Gaelle Esposito of Creosote Partners and Marcus Dell’Artino of First Strategic joined The Show to discuss these headlines and more.
A pair of high-profile ballot measures launched this week — one dealing with elections, one on abortion. To discuss this news and more, The Show sat down with are Matthew Benson from the firm Veridus and former state lawmaker Aaron Lieberman.
Former Arizona state lawmakers Reginald Bolding and Regina Cobb to talk about former President Trump weighing in on Arizona’s Republican primary for U.S Senate, the impeachment inquiry against president Biden and more.
Dawn Penich-Thacker of Agave Strategy and former state Superintendent of Public Instruction Jaime Molera of the firm Molera Alvarez join The Show to talk about Superintendent Tom Horne filing a lawsuit challenging dual-language programs, the failure of a recall effort against a state Senator and more .
A U.S. Senate candidate from last year appears poised to launch a new bid for the office in next year’s election. Tom Ryan and Chip Scutari of S+C Communications analyze that and the rest of the week’s top stories.
KJZZ’s Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week from Arizona and beyond.
Lorna Romero Ferguson of Elevate Strategies and Democratic strategist Tony Cani joined The Show to talk about the Arizona Supreme Court wading into the state’s abortion debate, Kari Lake asking to dismiss a defamation suit filed against her by Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer and more.
Attorney and former congressional staffer Roy Herrera and Marcus Dell’Artino of First Strategic joined The Show to talk about what former President Donald Trump’s indictment in Georgia might mean in Arizona, Gov. Katie Hobbs declaring a heat emergency and more.
Abortion-rights advocates say they’ll collect signatures to put a proposal on next year’s ballot. Our Friday NewsCap panelists analyze that and the rest of the week’s top stories.
It's been a long and contentious session at the Arizona Capitol, marked by partisan rancor and a few bipartisan breakthroughs. To break it all down, the Show spoke to Stacy Pearson, Democratic consultant and co-founder of Lumen Strategies; and Paul Bentz, VP of research and strategy at GOP consulting firm HighGround.
Chuck Coughlin of HighGround and Dawn Penich-Thacker of Agave Strategy joined The Show to talk about a busy week in the world of Empowerment Scholarship Accounts, what office an election conspiracy theorist might run for next, plus more of the week's headlines.
KJZZ’s Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week from Arizona and beyond. Democratic strategist Tony Cani and Doug Cole, COO of HighGround Consulting, joined The Show to talk about the spotlight on politics, even with Election Day over a year away, and how Arizona fits into some of the most recent political stories, plus more of the week's headlines.
Former Arizona House Minority Leader Reginald Bolding and Chip Scutari of S+C Communications joined The Show to talk about the efforts to get Gov. Katie Hobbs to rescind some recently-issued executive orders, new details about former President Donald Trump's effort to change the election results in Arizona, plus more of the week's headlines.
Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer is suing Kari Lake for defamation, and former Gov. Doug Ducey announced his next steps. To discuss these stories and more, The Show sat down with Roy Herrera, attorney and former congressional staffer; and Daniel Scarpinato, former chief of staff to Ducey and now with the firm Winged Victory.
Former gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones and former state lawmaker Aaron Lieberman joined The Show to discuss an eventful two days at the Arizona Capitol, including a vote to censure a state representative and much more.