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Katie Hobbs and Kari Lake.

The United States’ ceiling for female governors was shattered this week, with voters in 12 states electing women to the role, breaking the prior record of nine set for the first time back in 2004. Read more»

Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and Republican former news anchor Kari Lake.

Women running in governors’ races throughout the country are potentially set to break records if elected this November, and Arizona will undoubtedly contribute to those numbers with Democrat Katie Hobbs and Republican Kari Lake running against one another. Read more»

Pima County finished counting ballots in the Aug. 2 primaries, which saw new vote centers, crowded Republican races and a few surprises at the local level. The results still must be canvassed by the Board of Supervisors and Arizona secretary of state. Read more»

Gov. Doug Ducey giving his final state of the state address on Jan. 10, 2022.

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey endorsed Republican gubernatorial candidate developer Karrin Taylor Robson Thursday to replace him over former President Donald Trump’s choice, former local news anchor Kari Lake. Read more»

Republican former congressman Matt Salmon announced that he was exiting the race for Arizona governor because it had become clear there was no way he could win the GOP nomination in the August primary. Read more»

Kari Lake holds up Donald Trump’s endorsement at an Oct. 2 event in Cave Creek for her gubernatorial campaign.

Internal Republican polling shows a statistical tie between gubernatorial candidates Kari Lake, the former news anchor, and Karrin Taylor Robson, the former university regent and developer, but those numbers separate greatly when those polled were informed that Donald Trump backs Lake’s candidacy. Read more»

Aaron Lieberman

Aaron Lieberman, who resigned from the Legislature to run in Arizona's Democratic gubernatorial primary, ended his campaign Friday, announcing that he does not see "a realistic path forward" as the first ballots will be mailed out in just more than a month. Read more»

Karrin Taylor Robson in September 2021.

Republican candidate for Arizona governor Karrin Taylor Robson - who is is locked in a three-way race for the GOP gubernatorial nomination with Kari Lake and Matt Salmon - doesn’t think Joe Biden was fairly elected president in 2020. Read more»

Ducey at his Tucson 'State of the State' speech in January 2022.

Gov. Doug Ducey put an end to speculation that he might jump into this year's Senate race in Arizona, telling donors "I'm an executive" in an email explaining why he doesn't want to run to be a federal legislator in this election. Read more»

A team of Soldiers with 610th Engineer Support Company attach a string of concertina wire to the border fence at San Luis, Ariz., in March 2019. The Department of Defense has deployed units across the Southwest Boarder at the request of U.S. Customs and Border Protection and is providing logistical, engineering, and force protection functions.

AG Mark Brnovich's recent opinion declaring that transnational criminal activity at the U.S.-Mexico border constituted an invasion of Arizona and that Gov. Doug Ducey has powers under the U.S. Constitution to go to war to repel it was welcome news to the leading Republican candidates vying to replace him next year. Read more»

Karrin Taylor Robson speaking at the Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry’s Leadership Series in September 2015.

Republican gubernatorial hopeful and developer Karrin Taylor Robson announced that she raised $3.7 million for her campaign in 2021, with half coming out of her own deep pockets. Read more»

The 2022 gubernatorial campaigns on both sides of the political aisle began earlier than most candidates in prior years, with Lopez launching his campaign in March, and Hobbs and Lieberman beginning their campaigns in June.

Gubernatorial hopefuls Aaron Lieberman and Marco Lopez announced strong fundraising numbers as they head into an election year in which both hope to pull off upsets against frontrunner Katie Hobbs in the Democratic primary. Read more»

Kari Lake holds up Donald Trump’s endorsement at an Oct. 2 event in Cave Creek for her gubernatorial campaign.

Since Kari Lake left Fox 10 as a news anchor in March, she’s become a phenomenon: shooting into the lead in the Arizona gubernatorial primary and surging to the front of the field with a populist conservative message and 27 years’ worth of name ID from her career in television. Read more»

Former state Rep. Aaron Lieberman, D-Paradise Valley.

Arizona State Rep. Aaron Lieberman, a Democrat from Paradise Valley, resigned his seat to focus on his campaign for governor - where he faces Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and former Arizona Department of Commerce Director Marco Lopez for the Democratic nomination. Read more»

State Rep. Aaron Lieberman.

State Rep. Aaron Lieberman is running for Arizona governor, joining Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and former mayor of Nogales and director of the old Arizona Department of Commerce Marco Lopez in an increasingly crowded Democratic primary field. Read more»

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