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Election Day falls on Tuesday, Nov. 8 - Arizonans can vote in person starting Oct. 12, wait until Election Day or get a mailed ballot - as a number of top state offices are up for grabs this election season, and few of them are without controversy. Read more»

Even as the power struggles ramp up, candidates for attorney general say that voters don’t really understand the limits on the office’s authority and that voter engagement in their races remains high.

As the country grapples with states’ power to regulate abortion in the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision, state attorney general candidates are staking claims on what they’ll do to fight or defend access to abortion — and that’s attracting cash and votes. Read more»