Democrat Raúl Grijalva has won a seventh term representing Southern Arizona in Congress.
Grijalva winning in all parts of the district except Maricopa County.
Saucedo Mercer has tried to make abortion and religion a top issue.
Grijlava vs Saucedo Mercer rematch might not include a live debate.
Saucedo Mercer: "It’s easy to play Santa Claus with someone else’s money."
With no primary opposition, Congressional candidates prepare for general election battle.
"Fact that Barack Hussein Obama's father was a Muslim makes him one."
Polak thanked supporters in a withdrawal announcement on Facebook.
Republican-turned-Libertarian candidate Miguel Olivas announced on Facebook Monday that he will not run for Congress in Arizona’s District 3.
Republican-turned-Libertarian candidate Miguel Olivas announced on Facebook Monday that he will not run for Congress in Arizona's District 3.
The Republican candidate in Arizona's Congressional District 3 race posted on Facebook a gruesome photo depicting a man posing with several decapitated heads and she called for "eye for an eye" treatment for terrorists.
The Congressional District 3 Republican primary race was jumbled this week as one candidate dropped out and another jumped in.
There have been major changes in the Congressional District 3 race scene since Wednesday’s filing deadline.
Damien Kennedy hopes to win the Republican nomination in the August primary election and challenge Democrat Raúl Grijalva for a seat in Congress, but Kennedy has only been a registered Republican for 8 months.
Green Valley Republican Damien Kennedy filed official paperwork to run for Congress in District 3.
On The Buckmaster Show today, Congressional District 3 candidate Gabriela Saucedo Mercer said she’s staying in the race despite meager first-quarter fundraising.
Congressional District 3 candidate Gabriela Saucedo Mercer is running her campaign in the red, a new campaign finance report shows.
After 4 years of pressuring the federal government to send more Customs and Border Protection agents to Southern Arizona, Rep. Raúl Grijalva finally got part what he asked for.
Raúl Grijalva announced he’s running for a seventh term in Congress at a kickoff party in Tucson Sunday night.
The man with the 'stache is far ahead in the fundraising race, new campaign finance reports show.