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Security cameras caught a man setting fire to the Arizona Democratic Party headquarters on July 24, 2020. Phoenix police say the man was Matthew Egler, 29; he was arrested July 29, 2020.

The man who Phoenix Police believe firebombed the Arizona Democratic Party headquarters in downtown Phoenix confessed to the crime multiple times on social media. Read more»

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Rodney Glassman greet supporters at his primary night party at the Maverick bar. His wife Sasha stands at his side.

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Nan Stockholm Walden will not run for the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate. Read more»

State Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Phoenix, speaks at a news conference at which Democratic leaders and Latino activists urged members of minority groups to participate in the 2010 Census.

To get its fair share of federal funding and congressional representation out of the U.S. census, Arizona must alleviate fears and generate interest among Latino residents, Democratic leaders and community activists said Friday. Read more»

Rodney Glassman, the Tucson city councilman who's been mulling a run for U.S. Senate, will think it over some more. Read more» 3

The Sunday morning chattering class was busily Wednesday-morning quarterbacking the election even before the polls closed Tuesday. But what's the real impact of Scott Brown's election to the Senate? Read more»