Follow-up on Scott Smith's campaign complaint against Doug Ducey
Six Republican candidates for governor debated the issues Monday night.
Summary of GOP hopeful Scott Smith's third TV ad.
Republican gubernatorial candidates break the monotony of primary season.
Round-up of various political stories from across the state
New ad criticizes gubernatorial candidate Scott Smith over position on global warming.
Scott Smith says Republican rival Doug Ducey hiding $270,000 in illegal donations.
Smith for Governor's campaign alleges Doug Ducey's campaign illegally coordinated with outside expenditure groups.
Seven candidates for Governor discuss their economic plans for the state.
Update: The Smith campaign has made a $55,000 ad buy for the Tucson market, with ads starting today on local network affiliates.
State senator couldn't line up enough supporters to qualify for state funding.
Two Southern Arizona lawmakers were essentially reelected Wednesday simply by submitting several hundred signatures.
Republican Scott Smith is the third Republican to file nominating petition signatures with the Arizona Secretary of State’s office this morning to run for governor.
Unlike his rivals for the GOP gubernatorial nomination, former Mesa Mayor Scott Smith said he supports outgoing Gov. Jan Brewer’s push to expand Medicaid to take advantage of the federal government’s agreement to pay most of the cost.
PHOENIX — With the regular legislative session behind her, Gov. Jan Brewer is on the road again in her bid to elect candidates across the nation who share her views.
Two candidates for state offices - Republican Christine Jones and Democrat Terry Goddard - have filed nominating petition signatures with the Arizona Secretary of State’s office Monday morning.
A collection of political news from across the state making headlines today:
The Daily Courier in Prescott has posted a story this morning about a Republican gubernatorial debate held last Friday.
The city of Tucson has made a formal proposal to become the home of a $5 billion “gigafactory” for lithium-ion batteries for electric cars.
To the surprise of no one, state Treasurer Doug Ducey, who raised more than a million dollars with an exploratory committee he launched last July, formally jumped into the race for governor — twice.