Camryn Sanchez

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Field Correspondent

Camryn Sanchez is a field correspondent at KJZZ covering everything to do with state politics.

Prior to joining KJZZ, Sanchez worked for two years at the Arizona Capitol Times covering the state Legislature, with a focus on the Arizona Senate.

Sanchez studied journalism at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York, In college, she interned at the East Bay Express in Oakland, ELLE Magazine in New York, and The Yonkers Times in Yonkers, New York. She then worked at the Arizona Republic as a Pulliam Fellow covering the city of Phoenix before entering the state politics reporting arena.

Sanchez was recently given the Society for Professional Journalists’ presidential award for her work investigating a state senator’s residency, after the senator in question filed an injunction against Sanchez, which was struck down in court.

Sanchez was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and is now a proud California transplant.

Out of the office, she can be found playing volleyball, drinking coffee and/or still talking about politics.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
AZ Rep. Smith withdraws from reelection bid rather than fighting forgery accusations Camryn Sanchez April 18, 2024
Senate takes first step toward repealing 1864 abortion ban Camryn Sanchez, Wayne Schutsky April 17, 2024
AZ Rep. Austin Smith accused of forging nomination signatures in lawsuit Camryn Sanchez April 16, 2024
Democrat withdraws from Arizona Senate race Camryn Sanchez April 15, 2024
Families file lawsuit over sober living home scandal Camryn Sanchez April 12, 2024
AZ budget deficit isn't as bad as advisers initially thought Camryn Sanchez April 11, 2024
A county's regulation of short-term rentals might violate Arizona law Camryn Sanchez April 12, 2024
These Arizona GOP lawmakers voted to support 1864 abortion law. Now, they want to repeal it Wayne Schutsky, Camryn Sanchez April 10, 2024
Democrats asked why the Education Department is withholding funding. Horne says it isn't Camryn Sanchez April 10, 2024
Arizona leaders agree teachers need a raise. But they can't agree on how to do it Camryn Sanchez April 9, 2024
Hobbs appoints 1st new member to the Citizens Clean Elections Commission in 7 years Camryn Sanchez April 5, 2024
Pluto is the state planet. Arizonans never gave up on it Camryn Sanchez April 5, 2024
Mayes scoffs at GOP House committee focused on her Camryn Sanchez April 4, 2024
Hobbs signs bipartisan bill setting fentanyl sentencing requirements Camryn Sanchez April 4, 2024
Arizona Senate president: Lawmakers aim to end the session within 4 weeks Camryn Sanchez April 4, 2024
Pinal County officials criticize supervisor's legal action against elections chief Camryn Sanchez April 3, 2024
Arizona official swipes at lawmakers with new vetting process after Jevin Hodge Camryn Sanchez April 3, 2024
University of Arizona President Robert Robbins says he will be stepping down Camryn Sanchez April 2, 2024
Pinal County supervisor files claim in lawsuit against top county elections official Camryn Sanchez April 2, 2024
Hobbs denies allegations she lobbied against a sober living homes bill Camryn Sanchez March 30, 2024
Following Dem opposition, Hobbs signs 'tamale bill' she killed last year Camryn Sanchez, Wayne Schutsky March 29, 2024
AZ lawmaker Jake Hoffman to run for RNC position Camryn Sanchez March 28, 2024
Hobbs says she's losing patience with UA president Camryn Sanchez March 29, 2024
Federal funds are headed to the border. How they should be spent depends on who you ask Alisa Reznick, Camryn Sanchez March 29, 2024
Hobbs celebrates federal funding, but wishes Congress would add security legislation Camryn Sanchez March 28, 2024