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  • Associated Press

Striding into history, Hillary Clinton will become the first woman to top the presidential ticket of a major U.S. political party, capturing c…

Opinions on democratic legislators and DeVry post, Hamilton and Jackson on currency.

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World View pilot's perspective, millennial Social Democrats, beer theft shooting charges.

First ad from Kirkpatrick's Senate campaign criticizes McCain for not denouncing Trump.

Mail-in ballots are on the way to voters' homes.

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Proposed water rate structure, early ballot bill, let voters decide on candidates. 

  • By Alan Fram The Associated Press

Democrats consider Nancy Pelosi a tough leader and tremendous financial asset.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Nearly 1 out of every 7 ballots will be cast by Latinos, it estimates.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

What the next governor believes can affect Arizona legislation.

  • The Associated Press

PHOENIX — A House Republican candidate has edited out from a campaign ad slamming her Democratic opponent video footage shot moments before t…

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Pima County sees early ballots continuing to gain support with voters.

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Grijalva said deporting working parents shouldn't be a high priority.

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GOP candidates in LD2 argue they can pass more bills than incumbent Democrats.

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Democrats and Republicans are critical of a legislator's statements in a debate.

Clean Elections moves Sept. 8 debate to LD2 after local Democrats complain.

Political news and notes from around the Old Pueblo.

Baldenegro releases TV ad in hot Democratic primary race for State Senate.

A resident in Legislative District 9 is trying to get freshman state Rep. Ethan Orr thrown off the ballot.

  • By Sarah Smallhouse and Si Schorr Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Inquiring national minds ask: What accounts for the “super weirdness” in Arizona (Gail Collins, The New York Times, Feb. 26) and “What’s the d…

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

PHOENIX — Independents now outnumber both Republicans and Democrats in Arizona as voters continue to abandon the two major parties.