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Republican candidate Cesar Cisneros (left) of Mesa and Green Party candidate Richard Grayson (right) of Apache Junction are two of three from the East Valley who have put their hats into the ring in the upcoming Arizona presidential preference elections. Tempe's Wayne Arnett (no picture available), also running for the Republican nomination, is the third.
Michelle Dresbold knows more about the presidential candidates than most people.
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas,, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Texas Gov. Rick Perry (L-R) listen to a question from NBC Meet the Press moderator David Gregory during a Republican presidential candidate debate at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, N.H., Sunday, Jan. 8, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
Aides for presidential candidates Rudy Giuliani and Ron Paul filed paperwork at the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office on Friday to be included in Arizona’s presidential preference election Feb. 5.
We can imagine the smile of Gov. Janet Napolitano last week as she thought about copies of Parade magazine being delivered in Sunday newspapers, reaching millions of people across the country including Tribune readers throughout the East Valley and Scottsdale.
The presidential candidates are avoiding key economic issues that will have the most important long-term effects while arguing over the Bush administration’s policy in Iraq, two speakers said at an Arizona State University forum Tuesday on the upcoming election’s implications for the economy.
I will be a Green Party candidate in Arizona's presidential primary. The U.S. should end its wars of aggression, eliminate foreign military aid, shut down foreign military bases, abolish weapons of mass destruction, and eliminate the CIA.
John Stossel is co-anchor of ABC News’ “20/20” and the author of “Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity: Get Out the Shovel - Why Everything You Know is Wrong.”
The League of United Latin American Citizens blasted Arizona in front of Democratic presidential candidates Monday, saying the state tramples Hispanic students’ rights to speak Spanish at school.
Arizona's early June deadline for independent presidential candidates to get on the general election ballot is illegal, a federal appellate court ruled Wednesday.
The idealistic axiom that any child in America can grow up to be president is debatable — for one thing, you need lots of cash — but one thing’s for sure: Any of them can run for president, at least in Arizona.
ST. LOUIS -- Rep. Dick Gephardt, a 26-year veteran of Congress and the former House Democratic leader, announced his second candidacy for president Wednesday, pledging to repeal President Bush's tax cuts to finance "quality health coverage for everyone who works in America."
What kind of president will the winner of today’s election be? If history is any judge, the nation’s next chief executive, whether Democrat Barack Obama, or Republican John McCain, will be hungry for more power than the office already has.
TEHRAN, Iran - Iranians voted Friday in a high-stakes election shaping up as the closest presidential race since the 1979 Islamic Revolution, with young people disillusioned by the theocracy calling for a boycott of the balloting.
NEW YORK - Stephen Colbert has announced his candidacy for president on "The Colbert Report," tossing his satirical hat into the ring of an already crowded race.
October 13, 2004
October 5, 2004
WASHINGTON - After years of freelancing his diplomatic skills from the unlikely position as governor of New Mexico, Bill Richardson is taking the first step toward a bid to become president and put his skills to work in the White House.
Editor's Note: These letters to the editor have been sorted by topic by the Tribune editorial staff in an effort to allow readers to read varied opinions on the issues, candidates, and other circumstances surrounding the 2012 general election. These submissions are the opinions of the author, not the Tribune, and have not been edited for grammar or content.
October 8, 2004
Mexican presidential candidate Felipe Calderon, of the National Action Party (PAN), reacts to the crowd shortly after he pulled ahead in votes during the electoral recount in Mexico City, Mexico, Thursday.
MEXICO CITY - The ruling party's Felipe Calderon won the official count in Mexico's disputed presidential race Thursday, a come-from-behind victory for the stiff technocrat. But his leftist rival refused to concede and said he'd fight the results in court.
Arizona State University and Tempe will host the last presidential debate in 2004, giving the East Valley a front-row seat to the final weeks of the campaign for the White House.