Elections

gavel in a courtroom
The Arizona Supreme Court has refused to fast track a case seeking to change the way Arizonans vote to retain judges on the Arizona Court of Appeals. The Goldwater Institute was seeking to put all appeals court judges up for retention on a statewide ballot.
More Arizona politics news
Nov. 9, 2023
Button with state of Arizona that says "Arizona for abortion access"
The Show spoke with Howard Fischer of Capitol Media Services about Ohio voters supporting abortion rights and what they could mean for other red states, including Arizona.
Nov. 9, 2023
Litchfield Elementary School
Early results show that Litchfield Park residents overwhelmingly voted in favor of becoming Arizona’s 20th charter city.
Nov. 8, 2023
Dark money
The law requires groups who spend at least $50,000 to reveal the names of donors who give $5,000 or more. The Center for Arizona Policy and Arizona Free Enterprise failed to convince a judge to overturn the voter-approved law earlier this year.
Nov. 8, 2023
The Show spoke with Chris Kotterman, director of governmental relations for the Arizona School Boards Association, about the school district bonds and overrides results from this year.
Nov. 8, 2023
Vote center signs sit outside the Armory Park Center
In Tucson, Democrats appear to have swept the races for mayor and City Council. Tucson Mayor Regina Romero jumped out to an early lead when the results were released shortly after 8 p.m. on Tuesday night.
Nov. 7, 2023
Ballot for city of Phoenix
Initial results from Tuesday’s election show support for Phoenix issuing half a billion dollars in bonds, with approval ranging from 60% to 70%.
Nov. 7, 2023
A vote center in north Phoenix
Tuesday is the final day to vote in dozens of all-mail elections across Maricopa County, but voters who forgot to mail in their ballots can still drop them off at locations throughout the county.
Nov. 7, 2023
voter ID card
In a new trial against Arizona, plaintiffs argue that two laws passed in 2022 will disenfranchise voters if they go into effect because they create stricter proof of citizenship requirements.
Nov. 6, 2023
Signs for and against the bond and override election
The Show spoke with Mary Jo Pitzl of the Arizona Republic on the influx of very similar election signs for school district bonds and overrides.
Nov. 6, 2023
a sign pointing to a hospital entrance
A plan to relocate the Flagstaff Medical Center will be decided by the city’s voters on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Nov. 3, 2023
voting sign
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs signed an executive order Thursday to encourage state employees to volunteer as poll workers in upcoming elections.
Nov. 2, 2023
Adrian Fontes
Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes visited Washington, D.C., on Wednesday and told lawmakers that embattled election administrators need more support from Congress.
Nov. 2, 2023
Debbie Lesko
Three new candidates have entered the race to replace U.S. Rep. Debbie Lesko in Arizona’s 2nd Congressional District. And members of the Cochise County Board of Supervisors are under investigation because of their actions around certifying the 2022 election.
Nov. 2, 2023
Contractors working for Cyber Ninjas
The Arizona Republic’s parent company agreed to settle a lawsuit seeking records related to the Arizona Senate’s so-called audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 election.
Nov. 1, 2023
Ben Toma
West Valley Republicans Sen. Anthony Kern and House Speaker Ben Toma are running for an open seat in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District.
Oct. 31, 2023
An official ballot drop box at Maricopa County Elections Department
Secretary of State Adrian Fontes says the lawsuit is part of a push to undermine voter confidence since the 2020 election.
Oct. 31, 2023
A ballot being put into a USPS mailbox
Today, Oct. 31, is the last recommended day for eligible voters in Maricopa County to mail back their ballots for various bond and override elections. Election Day is Nov. 7.
Oct. 31, 2023
Kris Mayes
The Show spoke with Jen Fifield with Votebeat about the Arizona Attorney General's Office investigating the Cochise County Board of Supervisor over their actions around certifying the 2022 election.
Oct. 31, 2023
downtown tucson
Curt Prendergast, co-founder of the the Tucson Agenda, which focuses on politics and government in Tucson, gave The Show a sense of how the campaigns for the upcoming Tucson elections are going.
Oct. 30, 2023

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