A vote center at El Mirage City Hall
The 52-year-old was charged with one count of communicating an interstate threat and made an initial court appearance Friday in San Diego, according to a statement from the U.S. Department of Justice.
Feb. 23, 2024
gavel in a courtroom
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge recused himself from a voting procedures case on Wednesday after his brother called the defendants names on social media.
Feb. 21, 2024
A sign points toward a vote cente
Republicans advanced a bill in the state Legislature on Wednesday to require schools with gyms to serve as polling places as an alternative to voting centers. The bill allows for both precinct voting places and voting centers.
Feb. 21, 2024
A mailer from Maricopa County
Early voting is now underway for Arizona’s March 19 Presidential Preference Election.
Feb. 21, 2024
A mailer from Maricopa County
In traditional primary elections in Arizona, independents can choose to vote a Republican or Democratic ballot. But the Presidential Preference Election is different. Voters have to be a registered Republican or Democrat, at least temporarily, to participate on March 19.
Feb. 20, 2024
Chandler’s mayor took on housing criticism in his recent State of the City address.
Feb. 20, 2024
Warren Petersen (left) and Ben Toma
Arizona’s top legislative Republicans are requesting a new judge in an ongoing voting rights lawsuit against Democratic Secretary of State Adrian Fontes, because the judge’s brother called them names on social media.
Feb. 16, 2024
Clint Hickman
The Show spoke with Elvia Díaz, editorial page editor of the Arizona Republic, and columnist Laurie Roberts about the recent announcement of two departures from the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.
Feb. 16, 2024
Amish Shah
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors appointed Democrat Charles Lucking to fill a vacancy in the Arizona House of Representatives.
Feb. 16, 2024
Woman in suit talking
A plan by a first-term Tucson lawmaker to have Arizona give its 11 electoral votes to Donald Trump even before the November election has blown up as even some Republican colleagues found it unacceptable.
Feb. 15, 2024
An early voting center in north Phoenix on Oct. 22, 2020.
The Show spoke with Fortesa Latifi, features reporter at Teen Vogue, about why young adults are less likely to vote this November compared to four years ago.
Feb. 15, 2024
Voters line up at a polling station
Bills regulation how voter registration workers are paid and keeping the Arizona Department of Transportation running were passed in their respective Arizona Senate committees.
Feb. 13, 2024
An official ballot drop box at Maricopa County Elections Department
Members of the Arizona Free Enterprise Club are suing to block proposed election rules that ban people from photographing and approaching voters who use ballot drop boxes.
Feb. 12, 2024
Protesters hold Remove Trump banners in front of the U.S. Supreme Court
The Show spoke with Howard Fischer of Capitol Media Services for his weekly breakdown of what's happening at the Arizona Capitol and how the 14th Amendment is playing a role in the state Legislature.
Feb. 12, 2024
A ballot being put into a USPS mailbox
The Show spoke with Jen Fifield of Votebeat about what a new decision to move up Arizona's primary election to July 30 means for voters.
Feb. 12, 2024
U.S. Supreme Court building
ASU professor Paul Bender says the U.S. Supreme Court seemed skeptical of Colorado's case based on the members' questions. It’s not clear how quickly the justices will issue their decision.
Feb. 9, 2024
Portrait of woman with dark hair
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors appointed Democrat Sarah Liguori to fill a vacancy in the Arizona House of Representatives.
Feb. 9, 2024
Kyrsten Sinema border bill
Paul Bentz of HighGround and Mike Haener of Lumen Strategies joined The Show to talk about the failure of a border security bill to even make it to debate in the U.S. Senate, a compromise on election issues in the state Legislature and more.
Feb. 9, 2024
voting sign
After weeks of negotiations, lawmakers at the Arizona Legislature agreed to a bipartisan bill to fix election deadline issues that threatened to put ballots for military personnel and the state’s presidential votes at risk.
Feb. 8, 2024
Young and Native voters interviewed by NPR
NPR spoke with six young Indigenous-identifying Arizona voters to discuss what political parties need to do to win over their potentially election-deciding vote this November.
Feb. 7, 2024


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