Romney predicts GOP congressional victories during Marana stop.
Outside spending in 2 tight contests has exceeded $13 million since primary.
Veteran GOP lawmaker Andy Tobin tries to unseat Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick in sprawling Congressional District 1
Democratic Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick and Republican challenger Andy Tobin trade accusations during debate
DCCC campaign releases new 30-second ad in Congressional District 1 race.
Republican gubernatorial candidates break the monotony of primary season.
CD1 candidate Adam Kwasman confuses buses loaded with campers for immigrant children
Republican Congressional District 1 Gary Kiehne has taken out his first 30-second television ad, titled "Washington is broken."
The four Republican candidates in Arizona's Congressional District 1 will debate in the Tucson area this week.
Flagstaff Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick pulled off a narrow victory over Marana Republican Jonathan Paton in the vast district that encompasses both their hometowns.
Even in the last days of voting, Arizona's Congressional District 1 continues to draw outside spending by the million.
Outside groups are desperate for voters to elect the groups' favorite candidate in Arizona's Congressional District 1.
1st Congressional District candidates Ann Kirkpatrick, left, a Democrat, and Jonathan Paton, the Republican.
The caricatures are sharpening in Congressional District 1: Ann Kirkpatrick appears as a spendthrift Democrat who runs from constituents, while Jonathan Paton plays a captive of the payday-loan industry out of touch with the rural district.
The race in Arizona's huge new Congressional District 1 looks like a classic regional campaign: It pits a Southern Arizona Republican, Jonathan Paton, against a Northern Arizona Democrat, Ann Kirkpatrick.
The general election in Arizona's huge new Congressional District 1 will pit a Southern Arizona Republican against a Northern Arizona Democrat.
Democrat Matt Heinz says it time to have a serious discussion about whether high-capacity ammunition containers should be banned.
The race to replace U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar in the upcoming Congressional District 1 election has yielded three Republican candidates, including one familiar to Southern Arizonans.