Thoughts on for-profit colleges, McSally-Grijalva Iran opinions, financial crisis.
Letters on Leonard Pitts column, Pima College graduates, republican-democrat economies.
Opinions on shot-clock change, unemployment rates, bicyclist stops, drop-off fee.
Federal cout says law giving edge registration edge to Republicans and Democrats not illegal.
Reader opinions on paying voters, water solution, dark-money legislation, honor criteria.
About 1 a.m. today Senate President Andy Biggs decided to shut his chamber down.
Letters on republican budget plan, Tucson mail delay, Post Polio Syndrome help.
PHOENIX — In the face of a continued swing toward independent voter registration, the state’s Republican party has a message for the faithful: We’re not as big a bunch of losers as the Democrats.
Have the political achievements of Bill Clinton been washed away?
Democrats consider Nancy Pelosi a tough leader and tremendous financial asset.
A roundup of Arizona winners.
Farley turns his energy (and cash) to helping five Senate candidates.
Political news and notes from around the Old Pueblo.
So-called “conservative slate” defeats Vernon Parker and Lucy Mason.
District 4 Democratic candidates focus on education in new primary election ad.
With 26 percent unemployment, jobs are Job 1 for LD 4 candidates
In the heavily Democratic district, it's winner take all in the primary between political newcomer Salomon Baldenegro Jr. and State Senator Olivia Cajero Bedford..
State Rep. Victoria Steele (D-Tucson), who introduced a bill to ban reading or sending a text while driving, went along with an Arizona Department of Public Safety Officer to patrol Interstate 10 on Wednesday.
A Tucson group is trying to revive the Stonewall Democrats of Arizona, building on the outrage over SB 1062, the religious freedom bill.
PHOENIX — A federal court refused Tuesday to disturb the lines for the state’s 30 legislative districts even if they were designed in part to favor Democrats.