Mesa voters overwhelmingly approved four bond packages totalling $201.7 million that will fund replacement of aging pipes and the city's electrical system.
Arizona voters overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to terminate the state's early childhood development and health programs that are funded by tobacco tax revenue.
TOPEKA, Kan. — A professor who helped write Arizona's new immigration law has been elected Kansas secretary of state.
Republican Jan Brewer easily defeated Democrat Terry Goddard to win a full term as Arizona's governor Tuesday by avoiding potential fallout from the state's deep budget troubles and riding a wave of support for the state's controversial law on illegal immigration.
Voters changed the balance of Arizona's congressional delegation from heavily Democratic to majority Republican on Tuesday.
Proponents of medical marijuana use in Arizona will have to wait a little longer to see if voters rejected their proposed law allowing its use.
School board members in Chandler Unified School District retained their seats while newcomers are joining incumbents in Tempe Union and Mesa Unified, according to unofficial election results late Tuesday.
In a year of transition for the Maricopa County Attorney's Office, Republican Bill Montgomery will be the one to transform it into what he says will be "his office" and not a clone of former county attorney Andrew Thomas.
Kevin Hartke has defeated Donna Wallace in a runoff election for an open Chandler City Council seat.
East Valley schools heard a mixed message from voters Tuesday as overrides appeared to be losing in two districts but bond measures passing elsewhere.
Dana Saar will replace controversial member Jerry Walker on the Maricopa Community Colleges governing board, according to unofficial election results Tuesday night.
Holy cow, the Cubs actually won in Mesa.
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Veteran Mesa lawmaker Russell Pearce will take the helm of the Senate in January after being elected by his Republican colleagues on his promise to run the chamber with a Tea Party philosophy.
Tuesday's defeat of Propositions 301 and 302 knocked a $450 million hole in the state budget and has the outgoing Senate president calling for a special session, and soon, to plug it.
Two days after voters approved him as the next state superintendent of public instruction, John Huppenthal acknowledged the challenge ahead of him is "a little like moving Mt. Everest."
Voters in the Kyrene Elementary School District turned down Tuesday a measure to renew the district's capital outlay override, but the district hopes to seek another vote next fall, leaders said Wednesday.