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Former Senator Frank Antenori, Sen. Steve Farley, Shelly Fishman Financial Adviser, Mike Varney President Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, Neighborhood Activist Miguel Ortega, GM Good News Communications Doug Martin Read more»

Former state Sen. Frank Antenori, plus Jesse Lugo, Ward 2 Councilman Paul Cunningham, state Rep. Ethan Orr (R-LD9), financial advisor Shelly Fishman, and Ward 6 Councilman Steve Kozachik Read more»

Kozachik speaks to supporters Wednesday night.

City Councilman Steve Kozachik began his reelection campaign with a show of political force Wednesday night. In a coming-out party at Downtown's Borderlands Brewing Company, Kozachik celebrated his recent party switch with bipartisan support from a group of Tucson mayors past and present. Read more» 2

Jon Stetson brought this Ruger .22 caliber handgun to exchange. He was one of more than 150 people who came to a Tucson police station parking lot to exchange guns for gift cards.

More than 200 unwanted guns were turned in to be destroyed in exchange for $50 grocery store gift cards Tuesday. The buyback was aimed at honoring the victims of the Jan. 8, 2010, Safeway shootings. Read more» 1

TUSD Boardmember Mark Stegeman, Arizona Education Association President Andrew Morrill, former state Sen. Frank Antenori, Richard Studwell, developer and City Hall commentator Read more»

An interview with the Regional Transportation Authority's Jim DeGrood, pls the Reporters' Roundtable with Mari Herreras, staff writer for the Tucson Weekly, and Dylan Smith, editor/publisher TucsonSentinel.com, while Weekend Watch with Matt Russell, Tucson's Culinary Cruiser. Read more»

Outgoing state Sen. Frank Antenori said he's not interested in becoming the chairman of the Pima County Republican Party, plus, Shelly Fishman has the Tuesday Money Maker Report, an interview with Marana Mayor Ed Honea, and Tucson Weekly Arts Editor Margaret Regan with the arts report. Read more»

State House candidates for LD10 and LD14 will debate Wednesday evening in the last legislative debates between Southern Arizona candidates hosted by the Clean Elections Commission. Read more»

The candidates in the LD10 state Senate race, Frank Antenori (R) and David Bradley (D), square off in a face-to-face interview. Also, TREO head Joe Snell on changes at the economic development agency, and Randy Serraglio of the Tucson-based Center for Biological Diversity. Read more»

Interviews with Tom Hogan of Tucson's Oktoberfest celebration, GOP state Senate candidate Frank Antenori, and Jim Kuliesh of the Alliance of Construction Trades. Read more»

An interview with Mohur Sarah Sidhwa, a Democrat running for state House in LD9, plus TucsonSentinel.com editor Dylan Smith and Arizona Capitol Times editor Jim Small break down the news. Read more»

State Republicans have called off a proposed special session of the Legislature meant to craft a ballot measure to rival the Open Elections/Open Government citizens' initiative filed Thursday. Read more»

Today on Buckmaster - We speak with state Sen. Frank Antenori about the removal of Jodi Bain and Rick Grinnell from the Rio Nuevo Board. Plus, TUSD Governing Board President Mark Stegeman. Read more»

Sen. Frank Antenori speaks at a campaign event in April. 'The budget is always the problem,' Antenori said of why lawmakers have spent more time in session the last few years.

From 2001-2011, legislators spent an extra 455 days in office—over four extra years. Read more»

Jesse Kelly gives his victory speech Tuesday.

Republican Jesse Kelly pulled off the primary election win he confidently predicted Tuesday, cruising with 36 percent of the vote. Read more» 4

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