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Pima County voters will be able to cast ballots at their choice of locations, rather than assigned precinct sites, after the Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to approve the change ahead of the 2022 primary and general elections. Read more»

After reviewing 115 incidents of local voters casting multiple ballots in the 2020 election, the Pima County Attorney's Office said Friday that the incidents were the result of "confusion" and did not warrant criminal charges. Read more» 2

A member of the Senate’s election 'audit' team demonstrates how auditors will manually tally each of the 2.1 million ballots cast in the presidential election in Maricopa County in 2020.

Elections experts watching the Arizona Senate’s 'audit' say Americans should take a deeply skeptical view of the conclusions reached by inexperienced contractors using defective procedures for the purpose of intentionally undermining the results of the presidential election. Read more»

Republican campaigns face presidential=sized problem as they try to herd their rank-in-file to the polls.

The Republican plan to wait until Election Day to cast ballots could cut the Achilles hell from the party's turnout operation. Trump is screwing all the Mark Napiers and Beth Fords from coast to coast with a crap-shoot move to create a confusing, chaotic election to save his own political skin. Read more» 2

U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, a progressive stalwart, with Democratic county recorder candidate Gabriella Cazares-Kelly. Progressives scored wins in key primaries and are poised to move the county Left.

The progressive base is taking over Democratic party politics and looks to be taking Pima County with it. Read more» 3

Zaira Livier, during an event launching the petition drive in January.

Local Republicans won't seek review of a judge's ruling last week that tossed out their legal challenge to an initiative that would declare Tucson a "sanctuary city" and restrict local immigration enforcement if voters approve in November. Read more»

Zaira Livier, during an event launching the petition drive in January.

A judge ruled Friday against a challenge brought by Republicans, allowing an initiative to make Tucson a "sanctuary city" to go to voters in November. Supporters celebrated, while opponents are discussing an appeal of the decision. Read more»

There was a court hearing Monday afternoon on the Republican move to block Tucson's "sanctuary city" initiative from going on the November ballot. The judge indicated he'll make a ruling this week, but likely not until Friday. In the meantime, here's a listing of the various motions filed in the case: Read more»

Vail School District Superintendent Calvin Baker; President of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber Lea Marquez Peterson; Nicole Fyffe, assistant to Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry; Pima Animal Care Committee Chairman Jack Nueman, Republican representative on the Pima County Election Integrity Commission Benny White. Read more»