Saucedo Mercer has tried to make abortion and religion a top issue.
Donate $1,000 to Martha and Andy, and have breakfast with Mitt.
A liberal group that has been supporting Democrat Ruben Gallego in his run for Congress in Arizona's District 7 is now turning its attention to attacking Republican Andy Tobin in Arizona's District 1.
As the NCAA and schools reap millions from TV deals, players ask for a cut.
Golden Phoenix, El Herradero, Mother Hubbard’s, Noble Hops, Los Primos, Tacos Apson
Nick Johnson was the leading scorer, the high-flyer, the brand ambassador on last season’s Arizona Wildcats men’s basketball team.
Read parts one, two and three.
Read parts one, two, three and four.
Three vying for two seats. All say schools are their top priority.
Here’s where the District 4 House candidates stand on a few more issues.
Outside spending in 2 tight contests has exceeded $13 million since primary.
Priority is education for two candidates for Senate and four for House.
Kirkpatrick, Tobin support balanced-budget amendment, won't commit to never raising taxes.
A new kind of Republican is challenging a longtime political leader.
Candidates differ on border security and the fight against the Islamic State.
Democratic Congressman Raúl Grijalva and Republican Gabriela Saucedo Mercer in a— rematch
Veteran GOP lawmaker Andy Tobin tries to unseat Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick in sprawling Congressional District 1
House candidates in District 4 focus on school funding.
Education is priority for District 10 Senate hopefuls.
House candidates in District 10 focus on JTED.
Congressional candidates also touch on economy and health care.
Z Market was also in violation in December. It is fined $1,500.
Candidates for Arizona Senate and House discuss education and border issues
Legislative District 4 Senate candidates Lynne Pancrazi and Connie Uribe, and House candidates Charlene Fernandez, Richard Hopkins and Lisa Otondo answer a debate question about Common Core standards
Left to right: Charlene Fernandez, Richard Hopkins, Lisa Otondo
Lynne Pancrazi, left, and Connie Uribe
Attack ad shows desperation, says the congressional challenger.
Grijlava vs Saucedo Mercer rematch might not include a live debate.
Farley turns his energy (and cash) to helping five Senate candidates.
Customers could "round up" water bill to make tax-deductible donations for kids.
Half were in trouble with the health department earlier this year, too.
State law requires Council members to live in the town they govern.
Republican candidate used to be a Democrat, “but I had shock treatments."
Grijalva said deporting working parents shouldn't be a high priority.
Concepts approved by the board next go to the design process.
Pearce quit his post this week following controversial remarks about Medicaid.
Email made public Friday reveals behind-the-scenes politicking in Town Council.
"Short skirt and high heels? Nope, not me," Kirkpatrick says.
Saucedo Mercer: "It’s easy to play Santa Claus with someone else’s money."
2012 candidate questionnaire
Tobin defends deep cuts as part of a balanced budget package
Andy Tobin won 36 percent of the votes; Kiehne took 35.
Tobin won with 36 percent of the vote.
In a race that's considered a tossup, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee posted a new web video attacking Republican Andy Tobin.
“It’s about holding on to what we’ve got,” union leader says.