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Farley announces his candidacy at the Arizona Inn on Monday.

The road to the governor's chair in Phoenix runs through Mar-a-Lago, Fla., and what may look like an imploding disaster may be, in fact, buyer satisfaction among the GOP. Does state Sen. Steve Farley have a chance to unseat Gov. Doug Ducey? Read more»

TUSD Governing Board members Mike Hicks, Mark Stegeman, Adelita Grijalva and Rachael Sedgwick on Tuesday night.

Politics is getting way too personal on TUSD's Governing Board, which puts schools at risk. So for the good of the students, teachers and my sanity, the board members and their accompanying factions must start to look outside themselves to the broader community to fix what's wrong. Read more» 1

It's about to be election night. And for a journalist there is no better time to have the gig. It's the bottom of the ninth, the two-minute warning and the home stretch all wrapped into one. As a journalist, you see politicians govern in prose and campaign in codes. The poetry happens on election night. Read more»

The GOP aspirants have $16,715 cash on hand. Which ones? All of them. Together. Lawton, challenging Cunningham in Ward 2, has $7,962 in the bank. Burkholder, vying for Scott's Ward 4 seat, has $4,559. Hunt, pursuing Romero's seat in Ward 1, is sitting on $4,194. At this rate, they'll be fierce contenders by 2019. Read more» 2