Republican candidates across Arizona are making their final arguments before midterm elections. Many of these candidates have been endorsed by former President Trump, and are closing out this election cycle by spreading his unfounded claims of election fraud, and looking to a future of
Sen. Nancy Barto was one of 22 Arizona state legislators who signed a 'joint resolution' in December 2020 urging Congress to accept her state's fake slate of electors.
Nancy Barto, a Republican running for reelection to the Arizona Senate, accepted campaign contributions from two people
As two Democratic incumbents leave office, central Phoenix’s Legislative District 2 has two seats open in the 2022 general election, two Republicans and one Democrat are seeking to fill those vacancies.
The Democratic candidate for LD2 is Rep. Judy Schwiebert, who assumed office in January
Earlier this month, following the resignation of Rep. Diego Espinoza (D, Tolleson), who won the August 2nd primary, the precinct committee has decided on endorsing Eva Diaz, an educator in Tolleson, as their write-in candidate for state senate. Now, the committee and Diaz are
Maria Syms removed 'election integrity' from her website, but continues to support prominent election deniers
A Republican state House candidate in Arizona — whose husband committed election fraud — is campaigning on a platform of restoring "election integrity."
Maria Syms, a former state representative waging a
In November, voters in Legislative District 9 will be able to choose between Democratic candidate Eva Burch and Donald Trump endorsed Republican candidate Robert Scantlebury to represent them as their next State Senator. The district is located in Pima County, and the winner will
Christopher van Leeuwen
In July, Governor Doug Ducey signed into law a sweeping universal school voucher bill, making Arizona home to the most extensive school privatization plan in the country. The new law will funnel money away from public schools and into private and religious schools
In November 2020, Arizonans voted to pass salary increases for teachers and public school personnel. The ballot measure, Proposition 208, called for a 3.5 percent surcharge on taxable incomes over $250,000 for single filers and $500,000 for joint filers, and would have been implemented
Getting an abortion in Arizona remains in legal limbo as court cases proceed between two conflicting anti-abortion laws. There is the state’s territorial 1864 abortion law, which was re-codified in 1901, that makes abortion illegal unless it’s needed to save the individual’s life. And
The passage of the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act in June signifies the first piece of federal legislation concerning gun safety in 30 years, but Arizona still has an uphill climb ahead, thanks to stonewalling from GOP legislators.
Under the new law, Arizona will receive a