Ducey thinks cuts will boost business and lower unemployment. DuVal, not so...
Three gubernatorial candidates spar on taxes, education at Tucson debate.
Michael Hicks, Debe Campos-Fleenor and Jen Darland address allegations.
PHOENIX — Republicans may try to block independents from participating in future party primaries after their turnout in last month’s election.
TUSD Governing Board candidates continue to sound off on educational issues as part of their bids for seats in Tucson’s largest school district.
High court decision could determine whether those financing commercials must be disclosed
A community meeting is scheduled for Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Commission rebuffs arguments by Dennis Wilenchik, Horne’s attorney.
Goddard vows to fight to Dark Money groups if elected as Secretary of State
Democratic DuVal wants to restore inflation funding for schools. Republican Ducey disagrees.
Washington D.C. group has run afoul of Arizona election officials in the past.
Pima County had a 30.1 percent primary election turnout, easily exceeding the state average.
Outside groups expected to spend millions in CD2 races.
City council hopes to have charter amendments on 2015 ballot.
They are posed the question: Increase teachers' salaries or reduce class sizes?
Improvement could build public trust, encourage families to return to the district.
Eight of the nine candidates share their visions.
After divisive primary, his job now is to heal the party.
Challenge not considered official due to improper filing by Louie Gonzales.
Eight of the nine TUSD Governing Board candidates will be in attendance.