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Vote centers were open until 7 p.m. in Tuesday's primary election in Arizona.

Election results in Tuesday's Arizona primary vote, with key contested races in Southern Arizona. Read more»

Ballots will be mailed just like 2020 in this all-important election. The rules haven't changed much.

Tucson voters will again have big say in the outcome of the 2022 elections. Unfortunately, they don't have much of a choice if they want to vote to protect rights, the planet or our democratic traditions. Read more»

Kirkpatrick in February 2018.

Ann Kirkpatrick, who's served a total of five terms representing two different Arizona districts in Congress, won't seek re-election in 2022, the Tucson Democrat announced Friday morning. Read more»

Hundreds came out to see President Trump speak during a rally on Monday in Tucson.

During his speech in Tucson, Trump called Biden corrupt, referred to Sen. Martha McSally as "honey" and "darling" and touted border wall construction in Arizona. Read more»

The safest way to protect against Trump's post-election foolery is to vote in the election. He can't steal an election, unless the candidates who Arizona votes for do it for him. (Trump speaking at an event hosted by Students for Trump and Turning Point Action at Dream City Church in Phoenix, June 23, 2020.)

Worried about Trump deciding to stay in power if he loses? It ain't up to him. Southern Arizona voters are in a place to bust up any potential conspiracies in progress, because the deciders will be people elected right here. Read more»

In key Pima County races, Laura Conover won county attorney election with 57%, while Matt Heinz beat out incumbent Supervisor Ramon Valadez in the Democratic primary in District 2. Read more»

Kirkpatrick at a 2018 Democratic debate.

Six weeks after publicly acknowledging her alcoholism and seeking treatment after a fall, Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick was back on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, casting her first votes since Jan. 8. Read more»

Kirkpatrick at a 2018 Democratic debate.

U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick will be treated for alcohol dependence after being injured in a serious fall last week, the Arizona Democrat said Wednesday. In addition to rehab, she's receiving physical therapy for injuries that include spinal fractures and cracked ribs. Read more»

Lea Marquez Peterson awaits election returns Tuesday night.

One of the quietest races in Southern Arizona has turned out to be one of the closest, with Lea Marquez Peterson eking out a narrow lead over Brandon Martin in the CD 2 Republican primary. Among Democrats, Ann Kirkpatrick won the CD 2 race by more than 10 points. Read more»

Brandon Martin, left, and Danny Morales shake hands before Thursday's forum in Sahuarita.

Two of the four Republicans running in the CD 2 congressional primary answered questions posed by a journalist at a forum on Thursday. Joe Arpaio, the controversial former Maricopa County sheriff, said he wouldn't bow out of the U.S. Senate race when called upon to do so by an audience member. Read more» 1

GOP voters will have a choice between candidates running to fill the seat being left open by Martha McSally after all: four more candidates hopped into the primary race over the last couple weeks, joining Lea Marquez Peterson in the CD 2 race. Read more» 1