Republican state senators citing unfounded claims of fraud said the use of the boxes should be outlawed, not restricted.
Arizona has a legal right to challenge a federal provision that forbids using COVID relief money for tax cuts, appeals court rules.
For Star subscribers: In new legal papers the state Republican Party says the Arizona Constitution requires that ballots be cast in person, and only on Election Day.
GOP lawmakers ask Gov. Doug Ducey to sign a bill that would bar letting someone register to vote on Election Day — which already isn't allowed.
For Star subscribers: Cochise County residents have succeeded at using a state law to force a vote on regulating groundwater pumping in areas stressed by drought and new agribusiness.
For Star subscribers: Organizers will need to gather at least 356,467 valid petition by July 7 to put the measure on the November ballot. It would put a "right to reproductive freedom'' in the Arizona Constitution.
For Star subscribers: The measure, which now goes to Gov. Doug Ducey, would forever bar the Arizona health department from requiring students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend school — even though no such vaccine mandate exists. The Senate also passed two other COVID-related bills …
Senators voted Monday to investigate Sen. Wendy Rogers over whether she violated ethics rules by suggesting the Buffalo gunman Saturday was a federal agent. But they refused to immediately expel her.
The Republican Party wants a "seat at the table'' to support a controversial new Arizona law that requires proof of citizenship to vote for president.
Republican candidates for state attorney general wrangled over the role the office should have in certifying election results.
More than 700 records related to the audit of the 2020 election ordered by Senate President Karen Fann are in question.
The Arizona Supreme Court has rejected an effort to disqualify three Republican lawmakers — U.S. Reps. Paul Gosar and Andy Biggs and state Rep. Mark Finchem — from this year’s ballot.
For Star subscribers: What overturning Roe will mean to women in Arizona will depend on several factors, including politics, public attitudes and what happens automatically here the moment that Supreme Court decision comes down.
Slug: BC-CNS-Arizona Proxies,870 2 file photos, graphic available (embed code, thumbnails, captions below) By Reagan Priest Cronkite News WASHINGTON – Two years after the House allowed proxy voting as a pandemic precaution, two Arizona lawmakers remain among the House’s most active proxy vot…
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich told to file a point-by-point list explaining why he wants changes to the state's Election Procedures Manual.
A lower court was wrong to keep Rep. Mark Finchem on the ballot for state secretary as well as let Congressmen Paul Gosar and Andy Biggs seek another term despite their alleged roles in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
Immigration reform needed to keep border communities safe, Sheriff Mark Dannels said during a House Judiciary subcommittee hearing on human trafficking.
One Arizona voting measure expands voting access, a second calls for new voter ID requirements and a third would curb early voting.
Ducey says a law he recently signed installing a 15-week ban on abortions if the High Court upholds a similar Mississippi law, supersedes an old state law banning the procedure entirely.
Kari Lake, a gubernatorial hopeful, and Mark Finchem, who is running for secretary of state, claim in a new lawsuit that the machines are unreliable.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich is launching a new legal fight with Secretary of State Katie Hobbs as they spar over what should or shouldn't be in a new Election Procedures Manual.
The state Senate voted Monday to allow parents to sue teachers and other government officials if they "usurp'' parents' "fundamental right to direct the upbringing, education, health care and mental health of their children.''
Free Speech for People sought to knock Rep. Mark Finchem and Congressmen Paul Gosar and Andy Biggs of the ballot over their role in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
House Speaker Rusty Bowers honored for his refusal to consider overturning the 2020 election results despite massive pressure from Donald Trump.
Said Arizona's GOP Gov. Doug Ducey: "We have a $5.2 billion surplus. And we have real needs right now."