Political newcomer Larribas, a Raytheon employee, wins by 67 votes.
District will encourage eligible students to register to vote.
Arizona's attorney general withdraws opinion on one-sided "education" materials.
He says knowing what he knows now, he would not have gone to war.
Attorney general says it's OK to use public funds for marijuana legalization education campaign.
PHOENIX — Groups attacking politicians can’t hide their funding sources simply by claiming they’re “educating” voters on issues, the Arizona Supreme Court concluded Tuesday.
PHOENIX — State senators voted Monday to let special interests give candidates more money, while throwing another roadblock in the path of voters wanting to enact their own laws.
Voters must approve governor's plan to take money away from schools for bureaucracy.
PHOENIX — A proposal approved by a House panel Monday would change who takes over in Arizona when a governor dies, quits or is forcibly removed from office.
Proposed law would decriminalize showing others your completed ballot.
A host of state officials was sworn in Monday.
Details on how Arizona's new governor will deal with the economy to be spelled out in the Jan. 16, State of the State address.
Locals objected to plans to use existing equipment to recount ballots in CD2 contest
McSally campaign wants judge to throw out the legal challenge filed by Barber/
Three voters join in quest to have additional ballots counted in CD2 race.
Deal ends threat attorney general could be liable for close to $1 million.
Campaign produces letters from 132 people whose ballots were thrown out.
Lawyer says Voting Act drove new districts, not politics as GOP claims.
Laws should apply to dark money groups, Maricopa County Attorney argues.
Potential legal disputes, state-mandated tally could delay official declaration until December.