Monthly Archives: May 2020

Arizona Secretary of State’s Office Release Statewide Voter Quarterly Registration Report, Registered Democratic Voters Grow In Maricopa County

by on May 5, 2020 0
According to a recent report from the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office, there are now about 4.4 million registered voters in the state. The quarterly report shows the majority of those voters, about 3.93 million, are active. This means their voter information is up to date. The number of inactive registered voters increased by about 75,000, to just over 495,000 voters. Inactive voters are still registered and eligible to participate in elections, but are labeled inactive because: Two election mailings... Read More

Interstate 10 Broadway Curve Project Takes Step Forward 

by on May 4, 2020 0
Environmental approval allows ADOT to advance improvements The Arizona Department of Transportation has been granted environmental approval to continue moving forward with plans to improve an 11-mile section of Interstate 10  that includes the Broadway Curve. ADOT issued a Finding of No Significant Impact after completing a Final Environmental Assessment for the I-10 Broadway... Read More

Trump To Visit Arizona On Tuesday

by on May 4, 2020 0
President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit Phoenix Tuesday, May 5, the White House announced last week. Trump also mentioned this visit during a Q&A session with reporters following a round-table discussion with industry leaders on reopening the country’s economy during the COVID-19 pandemic. “I think I’m going to Arizona next week and we... Read More

Will Arizona Grocery Stores Face a Meat Shortage?

by on May 1, 2020 0
Nearly two months after COVID-19 fears began to surface, altering many consumer purchasing patterns, toilet paper remains in scarce supply on the shelves of grocery stores around metro Phoenix. Could beef, pork and poultry items face similar shortages in the weeks and months ahead? That prospect is looming larger amid reports of coronavirus outbreaks... Read More