On immigration and federal spending, they differ in the details.
Dems to protest CD2 debate today.
Martha McSally's campaign releases a new ad, titled "Working for Us"
Rep. Ron Barber is set to air his first ad of the political season on Thursday.
News from the first GOP CD2 forum, held in Sierra Vista on Tuesday.
Democrat Ron Barber releases his first television ad
Five questions for candidates in the Congressional District 2 race.
Overview of the Congressional District 2 primary race.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor will meet with Republican Congressional District 2 candidate Martha McSally next week.
Retired businessman and Republican candidate for Congressional District 2, Jim Brown, is letting people know what he thinks about various government aid programs for the poor.
Retired businessman Jim Brown has confirmed he is getting out of the Congressional District 1 race, lending his political support to another Republican candidate, rancher Gary Kiehne.
Congressional candidate Martha McSally spent Thursday in Hawaii speaking to the the Hawaii Republican Party's annual Lincoln Day dinner as their keynote speaker.
Rep. Ron Barber is sitting on almost a $1 million campaign war chest in his race for a second term in Congressional District 2.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Ron Barber's lead over Republican challenger Martha McSally grew with the latest batch of votes counted by Pima County election workers. But the Congressional District 2 race remains too close to call.
Cochise County, where Republican Congressional District 2 candidate Martha McSally made her strongest showing, finished counting its last votes Wednesday.
While incumbent Sheriff Clarence Dupnik appears to hold an insurmountable lead over challenger Mark Napier, two other races in Southern Arizona still hang in the balance as Pima and Cochise County election officials continue in their efforts to decide a winner in Congressional District 2 and…
At the University of Arizona, Democrat Ron Barber and Republican Martha McSally square off in a debate in their campaign for a seat in Congress representing District 2. Education was a hot topic in Tuesday's debate.
Ron Barber said it was "hard to keep up" with what he called his opponent's frequent position changes. Martha McSally alleged "distorting positions, taking them out of context and mudslinging and scare tactics."
The contenders for Congressional District 2 wrangled about the federal government's role in education during a debate Tuesday in Tucson.