Prolonged economic downtown is dangerous but fixable.
Customers need easy-to-understand rules.
Responsible politicians should encourage people to exercise their most precious of rights.
Dark money flooding elections without transparency or independence the Supreme Court envisioned.
This assertion of sovereignty is a swaggering, ill-conceived waste of time.
The Star recommends voting no on a pay raise for state legislators.
County's animal care center is overcrowded and must have more space.
He advocates for health-care access and education. Also understands national issues.
Incumbent is strong advocate for constituents in 11 of 15 Arizona counties.
We support the Democrat’s collaborative approach.
He's been effective, his views, particularly on social issues, align with ours.
Two candidates are positioned to bring new perspective to district's significant problems.
TMC Foundation head has deep roots in the community, commitment to education.
Hernandez is tenacious board member; Pavey has realistic approach.
He is a qualified, intelligent, visionary candidate ready with detailed plans.
Lengthy experience working in office with Republicans, Democrats makes her better choice.
His background as attorney general, mayor of Phoenix make him best qualified.
Incumbents are best choices to represent district running through Tucson's center.
2 Democrats, 1 Republican — all newcomers — best for north-side district.
Sitting representatives and senator show dedication to constituents, should return.
Strong candidates vie for two seats in state house of representative.
Two of four respond on key issues for consumers.
Competitors can work together to build markets, train workers
If you plan to cast a ballot on Nov. 4, act by Monday.
We all have interest in code that simply and efficiently raises revenue.
Mark the day on Thursday by reaching out to those who inspired us.
That’s the wrong question; it should be, what are we going to do to increase job opportunities to well-above pre-recession levels? My short an…
My vision is simple: I believe Arizona can be a state that leads — in job creation, business relocation and outcomes in K-12 education.
The Star invited the candidates for governor to respond to these questions: What specific approaches do you advocate to increase high-paying j…
The “Arizona comeback” that we’ve heard so much about never happened. This week, we learned that Arizona’s unemployment rate has risen for thr…
Multiple steps must be taken to first restore and then accelerate business growth and business creation in Arizona. In turn this creates good …
Agency must demonstrate restraint and common sense when spending taxpayers’ dollars.
Sharing, posting ideas to help those who may need support encourages listening.
The Star invited the candidates in Congressional Districts 1, 2 and 3 to respond to these questions: In complex and rapidly moving foreign pol…
It's a matter of personal and public health
Follow the money to see who benefits from reauthorization.
Bring Rosa Robles Loreto and others out from the 'shadows.'
Ducey, DuVal, Hess and Mealer answer question on education funding.
Should the state appeal court ruling giving an additional $317 million to K-12 education this fiscal year? Assuming the ruling stands, what is…
If states want federal education money, they have to raise their standards.
Ask your Washington representatives to seriously study protecting public lands.
Clearing facts from fiction in elections is voter's responsibility.
OUR VIEW: Effort to build neighborhoods, minimize foreclosures helps community.
Federal government reduced to running one of its major infrastructure programs year-to-year.
Islamic State’s campaign of terror will take more than words to stop.
Congress should let military get out of the cigarette-sales business.
As an adult, it's your responsibility to help stop child sexual abuse.
A Tucson health club provides teachers with much-needed supplies.