The Issues

In-Person Voting Begins

by on October 13, 2022 0

On Wednesday, October 12, early ballots were mailed to voters on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) for the upcoming City of Phoenix Council Election. Vote by Mail Voters on the AEVL will automatically receive an early ballot by mail unless they submitted a request not to receive a ballot by mail. Early ballots...

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Arizona Democratic Governor Candidate Katie Hobbs Refuses to Debate Republican Candidate Lake, Commission Rejects Hobbs Effort To Change Arizona Governor Debate

by on September 12, 2022 0

After Democrat candidate for Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs’ refused to debate Lake in Arizona governor race, The Citizens Clean Elections Commission initiated an effort for staff to try to persuade Hobbs, currently secretary of state, to participate in the planned Oct. 12 debate by offering minor changes to the format. However, the state commission...

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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Fights to Protect Airline Customers

by on September 1, 2022 0

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is leading a multi-state coalition in asking Congress to allow attorneys general to enforce state and federal consumer protections for airline travelers. This request comes after attorneys general received thousands of complaints from outraged passengers, claiming airlines have failed in their service responsibilities, causing significant frustrations and unnecessary challenges. “Customer service in the airline...

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Scottsdale Incumbents Win Reelection, One Open City Council Seat Will Be Filled in November

by on August 9, 2022 0

With nearly all ballots tabulated by Maricopa County in Scottsdale’s Aug. 2 primary election, it appears that incumbents Kathy Littlefield and Solange Whitehead will retain their seats on the City Council. One council seat remains open to be decided at the Nov. 8 general election. Maricopa County reports there are approximately 7,500 uncured early ballots countywide....

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2022 Primary Election Results

by on August 4, 2022 0

As of Thursday morning, the Arizona Secretary of State has released their current Arizona election primary results, with 97% of the precincts reporting and 1,184,169 ballots casted the following results have been tabulated. U.S. Senator (REP) Choice Polling Place Early Ballot Provisional Ballot Total Percent Masters, Blake 84,941 165,830 9 250,780 39.05% Lamon, Jim...

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Janet Napolitano Named to Biden’s Intelligence Advisory Board

by on May 5, 2022 0

Former Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano has been named to President Joe Biden’s intelligence advisory board. The White House announced Wednesday that the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board is an independent element within the Executive Office of the President. The President’s Intelligence Advisory Board exists exclusively to assist the President by providing the President with an...

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County Attorney’s Office Expands Efforts to Assist Community with Marijuana Expungement

by on March 8, 2022 0

Over seven months ago, individuals in Arizona with certain marijuana-related convictions became eligible to have their criminal records expunged, or cleared, of the conviction, under Proposition 207, the Arizona Safe and Smart Act. In the summer of 2021, the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office (MCAO) began proactively filing petitions to expunge the convictions for eligible...

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AG Brnovich Leads Coalition in Lawsuit Challenging Biden’s Illegal Minimum Wage Hike

by on February 9, 2022 0

Attorney General Brnovich is leading a coalition of five states suing the Biden administration over its Contractor Minimum Wage Mandate that increases the minimum wage for federal contractors to $15 and expands overtime requirements for federal contractors. The Mandate covers one-fifth of the entire U.S. labor force and applies to industries such as law...

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