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Absent a federal court order, Arizonans may not get to cast their ballots this year for any Green Party candidates.
Despite the gubernatorial veto of legislation billed as promoting religious freedom, the Center for Arizona Policy has a long history of getting lawmakers and governors – at least Republican governors – to do what it wants.
It's official: Arizonans won't get the last word on a series of controversial changes in state election law.
Saying some chance is better than none, a House panel voted Thursday to let terminally ill patients get drugs that have not yet been approved for use.
A veteran state lawmaker wants voters to siphon cash away from a program for early childhood development to instead help fund services for foster children and the families that care for them.
PHOENIX — Calling machine-counted voting ripe for fraud, an attorney for the Pima County Libertarian Party asked the state Court of Appeals Tuesday to let trial judges statewide impose new oversight procedures.
A group opposed to a sweeping Republican-backed election law signed by Gov. Jan Brewer in June filed more than 146,000 petition signatures Wednesday that will block the law temporarily and refer it to voters next year if the signatures are certified.
Higley Unified School District will go ahead with plans to charter its two newest schools after a 3-2 vote Monday by the district board.
A virtual one-stop shop, catering to the most common medical needs under one roof; the most up-to-date technology and imaging on the premises — geared so patients don’t have to wait; an office with early appointments that stays open late and on Saturdays, and even has holiday appointments.
Across the East Valley this week, educators, school leaders, elected officials, family and friends expressed their sorrow upon hearing about the death of Eddie Basha, Jr.
The state Supreme Court says parts of a proposal to transform Arizona's primary election system fit together as one proposal and didn't have to be kept off the November ballot.
A University of Arizona physician has taken the first political steps in her bid to do medical marijuana research at state-run schools.
In the Dec. 14 Letters to the Editor, Sal Gomez stated, “majority rules is the basic tenet of our government and the Constitution” (“Basic tenet of our government,” AFN). It appears Mr. Gomez needs a history lesson, even more so than his fifth-grade son. Our Founding Fathers set up our Constitution for a republic, borrowing from the experience of the Romans. Not everything would be under mob rule (democracy) and voting was allowed so that government would be subject to strict rules. That’s what our Constitution is, a restraint on government, and that is why those in power for the past 100 years or so have ignored the Constitution… it rains on their parade.
Arizona voters may be able to cast their ballots in 2014 at any polling place anywhere in the county.
WASHINGTON -- The Electoral College is an obscure and little understood part of every presidential election, but it is taking center stage in this year's neck-and-neck race for the White House between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
Mesa voters will cast ballots Nov. 6 for two bond issues – one for the schools and one for the city.
Election Day holds tremendous importance in our country, not just as the day when we vote our leaders into office, but as the symbolic cornerstone of our democracy. It is a day when all our voices are heard. No matter what you look like, how much money you make, your family’s background, or how old you are, we all have an equal say on Election Day. The openness and fairness of our voting process is what makes America the leading democracy in the world.
Arizonans Disappointed With Election Results (ADWER) — an informal coalition which until now was not even named — are back on the ballot this November.
Arizonans are entitled to vote in November whether they want to scrap the current system of partisan primaries, a Maricopa County judge ruled Friday.
Arizonans Disappointed With Election Results – an informal coalition which until now was not even named – are back on the ballot this November.
Arizona voters are entitled to decide if they want to scrap the current partisan system of nominating candidates, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday.
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Starting this fall, Gilbert will begin its new election cycle on even-numbered years with the election of the town mayor and two council members.
Colleen Jennings-Rogensack is celebrating two decades as the top chief for Arizona State University’s Gammage Auditorium. Jennings-Rogensack, the sole Tony Awards voter in Arizona, said so much has changed since her tenure as the executive director, including Gammage being financially independent from ASU for 11 years.