Gov. Jan Brewer let donations pile up in her political action committee for a year, until this week, when she's started unloading the $587,000 pot, hoping to make the difference for Republican candidates for Congress.
Gov. Jan Brewer has picked an Oklahoma National Guard general to review allegations of misconduct, lax discipline and a corrupt climate in the Arizona National Guard.
It takes millions to become a U.S. senator - just ask Democrat Richard Carmona and Republican Jeff Flake.
1st Congressional District candidates Ann Kirkpatrick, left, a Democrat, and Jonathan Paton, the Republican.
The caricatures are sharpening in Congressional District 1: Ann Kirkpatrick appears as a spendthrift Democrat who runs from constituents, while Jonathan Paton plays a captive of the payday-loan industry out of touch with the rural district.
Cash and politicians. The two just seem to go together, like bread and butter.
Republican Martha McSally’s first TV ad in the Congressional District 2 race highlights her “pioneer spirit” and leadership traits.
Democrat Ron Barber is up with his first TV ad of the general election campaign, touting his work helping Southern Arizonans avoid foreclosure.
Quick quiz: Do you know what the 17th Amendment does? The obscure amendment became the "issue du jour" this week in Arizona's U.S. Senate race after Republican Jeff Flake said at a campaign event in Payson he would prefer that the Legislature, rather than the state's voters, pick U.S. senators.
Democrat Richard Carmona brought in more money this quarter than his opponents in the U.S. Senate race, but his campaign war chest still falls short of Republican Jeff Flake's. Meanwhile, Barber leads CD2 fund-raising while Grijalva leads in CD3 and Kirkpatrick in CD1.
What a horror story Rio Nuevo has become. It's tempting to liken the state-run Rio Nuevo Board to the monster in Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein": an ugly and misunderstood creation, shunned by the public, that turns on its creator.