Arizona Elections

Mexico-U.S. Imports And Exports Fall Almost 50%
Mexico is the United States’ main trading partner. But trade between both countries has been seriously impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, as imports and exports dropped historically.
AZ Chief Justice: Eventually, Weve Got To Get Back To The Trying Of Cases
Many government functions have had to change during this pandemic. Arizona’s judicial system is no exception. The courts are still open for business, but a lot of that business is not happening in person. Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Brutinel joined The Show to talk more about the topic.
May 6, 2020
Inside The Gallup, New Mexico, Coronavirus Lockdown
Gallup, New Mexico, has the third highest infection rate of any city in the nation. To understand what people who live and work in Gallup are experiencing, The Show spoke with Paula Tso. She’s a Gallup resident who used to live in Window Rock on the Navajo Nation.
May 6, 2020
Sky Harbor Airport Business Owners To Council: Without Your Help, We Will Fail
Some business owners are feeling left out as Phoenix allocates money for coronavirus relief. On Tuesday, the council gave preliminary approval to $12 million in grants for small businesses. But several operators at Sky Harbor say without the city’s support they won’t survive.
May 6, 2020
President Trump Visits Honeywell Plant In Phoenix
President Donald Trump traveled to Phoenix Tuesday to tour a Honeywell aerospace manufacturing plant. Honeywell created a new production line at the facility to make N95 masks in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
May 5, 2020
Elections Officials Offer New Plans For Maricopa County
Faced with a lack of resources during the pandemic, Maricopa County election officials are scrambling to alter their plans for in-person voting.
May 5, 2020
County Attorney Responds To Calls To Release Inmates
Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel wrote an op-ed recently that criticized some efforts to reduce the prison population as "exploiting a public health emergency to forward a political agenda."
May 4, 2020
BBC Look-Ahead: Italy Set To Loosen Coronavirus Lockdown Restrictions
Since the coronavirus outbreak, several world leaders are looking for ways to stop its spread. The BBC’s Alexander Griffiths in London joined The Show to look at some of the top international stories of the coming days.
May 4, 2020
Q&AZ: Are Tribes Still Waiting For Federal Relief Funds?
Listeners asked Q&AZ whether Native American tribes are still waiting for relief funds from the federal government.
May 4, 2020
Clean Elections Commission Will Host Online Primary Election Debates
In Arizona, the Citizens Clean Elections Commission will be hosting candidate debates in May and June, leading up to the Aug. 4, 2020 primary election for state and city offices.
May 4, 2020
Pinal Sheriff Wont Issue Citations To Businesses Over Stay-At-Home Violations
Pinal County sheriff says he will not cite or arrest business owners who violate Gov. Doug Ducey’s extension of a statewide stay-at-home order.
May 2, 2020
Gilbert Resident Collecting Signatures To Oust Ducey
A Gilbert resident who has been helping to organize protests at the Capitol against the COVID-19 restrictions imposed by Gov. Doug Ducey is now seeking to oust him from office.
May 2, 2020
Brnovich: Ducey Order Allows Flexibility For Worship, Protests
Arizonans who assemble to worship or protests don't necessarily have to keep 6 feet between them to avoid violating the governor's executive order and subjecting themselves to arrest and jail, Attorney General Mark Brnovich said Thursday.
May 1, 2020
Experts Warn Reopening Arizona Might Be A Long Road
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has extended social distancing in the state to May 15 while allowing a limited expansion of retail operations next week and holding out hope for a May reopening. But the state might have far to go before it is ready to reopen safely.
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May 1, 2020
How AZ Is Coping: Checking In With Wickenburg
The coronavirus pandemic has touched the lives of residents across the Valley in different ways. KJZZ checked in with the town of Wickenburg to learn how it’s dealing with the crisis.
April 30, 2020
How AZ Is Coping: Checking In With El Mirage
The coronavirus pandemic has touched the lives of residents across the Valley in different ways. KJZZ checked in with the city of El Mirage to learn how it’s dealing with the crisis.
April 30, 2020
President Donald Trump Plans Arizona Visit For Next Week
President Donald Trump is coming to Arizona next week, despite Gov. Doug Ducey’s decision to extend his stay-at-home order through mid-May. The president reportedly will be in visit a Honeywell facility in Phoenix next Tuesday to highlight critical medical equipment production and the addition of 500 manufacturing jobs in Arizona.
April 29, 2020
Ducey Extends Stay-At-Home Order To May 15
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is asking Arizonans to stay at home a little longer. The governor announced Wednesday that he’s extending his stay-at-home order through May 15. Ducey’s initial order was set to expire at midnight on Thursday.
Phoenix Estimates 20-25% Of Small Businesses Will Not Survive
April 29, 2020
Election, Health Officials Urge Vote By Mail For Arizona
Calling it a “vote-by-mail plus” model, the coalition led by All Voting Is Local Arizona said mailing ballots to every voter would not preclude the state from still offering polling places on election day in August and November.
April 28, 2020
Why Military And Public Service Are Struggling To Attract Young People
Millions of Americans devote themselves to some form of service such as public, military or volunteering. However, there are concerns about whether the younger generation will continue these pursuits.
April 28, 2020
Debt Expert OK With Federal Coronavirus Spending
The federal budget deficit for the 2021 fiscal year is nearly $1 trillion, and the debt is estimated at more than $24 trillion. And as emergency spending measures have been taken to fight COVID-19, the debt is only going to grow.
April 28, 2020

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