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Donald Trump elected the 45th president of the United States

Donald Trump, the real estate mogul whose populist message resonated with white working-class Americans, rode a powerful wave of support on Tuesday in Arizona and across much of the country to be elected the 45th president of the United States.... Read more»

McSally, O'Halleran, Grijalva win S. Az congressional seats

In Arizona's two open seats in Congress, Democrat Tom O’Halleran was elected to the 1st Congressional District, while Republican Andy Biggs was a clear winner in the 6th District. U.S. Reps. Martha McSally and Raul Grijalva won re-election in Southern Arizona.... Read more»

McCain & McSally win, incumbents lead Pima Supes races

U.S. Sen. John McCain had an relatively easy re-election win Tuesday, while Democrats pushed toward a closer margin in the Legislature. In closely watched Board of Supervisors races, incumbent Sharon Bronson was beating GOP challenger Kim DeMarco, while Republican Ally Miller narrowly led challenger Brian Bickel.... Read more»

FactCheck: Popular vote and the Electoral College

Two of the most popular stories on the FactCheck website right now are in response to readers’ questions: "How many times was a president elected who did not win the popular vote?" and "Why does the U.S. have an Electoral College??... Read more»

2016 election results

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2016 election results (scrolling)

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Millennial turnout on Election Day still in question

For the first time during an election cycle, the millennial generation surpassed the baby boomers as the largest population of potential voters. Yet as Arizona set a record for early voting this month, millennials accounted for just 11 percent of ballots cast.... Read more»

Playlist: Election Day songs

Celebrate your right to vote in song.... Read more»

Arizonans reluctant to open wallets for Trump, Clinton campaigns

Arizonans head to the polls Tuesday to cast actual ballots for president, but if they were voting with their pocketbooks the results wouldn’t be pretty for either of the major parties’ nominees.... Read more»

Mexicans on U.S. border fear economic catastrophe if Trump wins

Mexicans on the U.S. border anxiously awaited the outcome of the U.S. presidential election on Tuesday, plagued by fears of economic disaster if Republican Donald Trump wins and tries to choke local industry, isolate the country and deport millions. ... Read more»

Emergency voting sites open Monday

While most early voting sites are now closed, three emergency voting locations will be open Monday, where you can drop off a mail-in ballot or cast your vote in person. Here's the list of where you can drop off ballots or vote in person before Tuesday:... Read more»

What the Devil won't tell you

Election night: The best hours to be a journalist

It's about to be election night. And for a journalist there is no better time to have the gig. It's the bottom of the ninth, the two-minute warning and the home stretch all wrapped into one. As a journalist, you see politicians govern in prose and campaign in codes. The poetry happens on election night.... Read more»

Maricopa GOP to poll watchers: Follow & photograph voters if fraud suspected

Democrats who have become increasingly worried about voter intimidation at the polls say local Republicans could find themselves on the wrong side of the law, after a poll watching training led by the Maricopa County GOP. Republican activists were told to follow and photograph voters they suspect of breaking an Arizona law banning “ballot harvesting.”... Read more»

Supreme Court lets Az ballot-harvesting ban stand, caps week of legal battles

The U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday reinstated Arizona’s ban on ballot-harvesting, just one day after the 9th Circuit put the law on hold. Citics – some who rushed into the brief window Friday to collect ballots – have argued that allowing the law to be enforced would handicap minority and low-income voting efforts.... Read more»

Study: Number of Az polling places cut sharply since 2012

When Arizona voters go to the polls Tuesday, it will be at 212 fewer polling places than in 2012, with 13 of the state’s 15 counties cutting sites in that time, a new report shows.... Read more»

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