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Trump gets bump in new Arizona poll

Donald Trump has a narrow edge in the latest poll of Arizona voters, with a 45-41 lead over Hillary Clinton — just within the 4.1 percent margin of error. About 6 percent remained undecided in the poll, and another 6 percent preferred other candidates.... Read more»1

Return mail-in ballots by Thursday

If you have a mail-in ballot to return, officials warn that you should mail it back by Thursday for it to be counted in next week's election. Or, you can hand it in at an early voting site, or at any polling place on Election Day. Here's the list of where you can drop off ballots or vote in person before next Tuesday:... Read more»

Az Dems sue Trump, GOP, to stop what they call voter intimidation

The Arizona Democratic Party has filed suit against presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign, the Arizona Republican Party and others for what it calls a coordinated effort to “depress voter turnout,” particularly among minority voters.... Read more»

Court won’t block ballot-collection law opponents say hurts minorities

A federal appeals court handed Arizona Democrats a setback Friday, refusing to block a new state law that makes it a felony for anyone but a family member or caregiver to collect another person’s mail-in ballot. ... Read more»

Update: Clinton running mate Kaine to stump in Tucson

With Democrats pushing hard to move Arizona into the blue column, Sen. Tim Kaine plans a Tucson campaign appearance at Sunnyside High School on Thursday night. Nominee Hillary Clinton is set to hold a rally in Tempe the day before, while GOP VP nominee Mike Pence will hold a Mesa event.... Read more»

Early voting sites open in Pima County

If you have a mail-in ballot you'd like to hand in, or if you want to cast your vote before Election Day, a number of early voting sites are open across Pima County. Here's the list of where you can vote in person before next Tuesday:... Read more»

Election-year spike in citizenship requests higher than expected

Federal officials who typically see an increase in citizenship applications during presidential election years said that applications in this heated election season appear likely to surpass expectations.... Read more»

Trump, Clinton wooing of Latino voters does not extend to TV ads

Latinos could account for almost 1 million voters in Arizona this year, but the presidential campaigns have spent relatively little on Spanish-language television advertising, according to a review of Federal Communications Commission filings on the ads. ... Read more»

Rogue Columnist

Brewer tells the truth on Hispanics and voting

The progressive echo chamber had quite a fit when Jan Brewer brushed off the suggestion that Hispanics would cause Clinton to win Arizona. "Nah. They don't vote," she said. But she told the truth. Rare for her, perhaps unprecedented, but accurate for once.... Read more»3

Friday is deadline to request mail-in ballot

While early voting sites will be open until Election Day, the deadline to request a vote-by-mail ballot be sent to your home is Friday at 5 p.m. Or, cast an early ballot in-person at any early voting site; here's the list:... Read more»1

Trump, Clinton to campaign again in Arizona

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, looking to shore up support in what has unexpectedly become a swing state, will make another campaign stop in Arizona on Saturday. An afternoon rally is planned in Phoenix. Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton will hold a rally on Wednesday in Phoenix.... Read more»

Back for more: After loss to McCain, Ward eyes 2018 bid vs. Flake

The 2016 election is still 11 days away, but former state Sen. Kelli Ward already has her sights set on 2018 and a challenge to U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake. The Republican just lost a primary bid to unseat Sen. John McCain just two months ago, but announced Wednesday that she'll target Flake, Arizona's other GOP senator.... Read more»

Donald Trump Jr. rallies Arizona voters to Republican cause

Donald Trump Jr. spoke at Arizona State University in Tempe on Thursday as part of an effort to rally his father's supporters in the final days of the election.... Read more»

Voters moved – but not to shift votes – by McCain’s Trump rebuke

Was Sen. John McCain’s decision to withdraw his endorsement of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump a principled stand by a political maverick or the calculated move of a career politician? ... Read more»

Az county officials: Early ballot surge may signal high election turnout

Some Arizona county elections officials said they expect high voter turnout this November after receiving a surge of early ballots this week.... Read more»

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