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Every candidate on an Arizona primary election ballot in 2022

The deadline for candidates to qualify for the 2022 Arizona ballot was April 4, and a total of 292 candidates filed enough signatures from voters to earn a chance to win over voters in the Aug. 2 primary election - here's the list.... Read more»

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After clear victory in Arizona, Biden looks to be in control

This week’s Democratic presidential preference election in Arizona was no contest, as voters clearly favored Joe Biden over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. Biden also won Illinois and Florida Tuesday night, prompting Sanders to announce he’s assessing his candidacy. ... Read more»

Poll puts Biden firmly leading in Arizona

A new poll of Arizona voters gives former Vice President Joe Biden a sizable lead over Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders in the state’s March 17 primary and suggests Arizona could be in play for the Democrats come the November general election. ... Read more»

CD2 candidate Heinz holding town hall Monday night

Matt Heinz, the state legislator who's challenging U.S. Rep. Ron Barber in the Democratic CD2 primary, will hold a town hall Monday night. Heinz, a medical doctor as well as Arizona representative, will answer questions from the public and press.... Read more»

Newt takes S.C. primary

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich was the clear winner of the Republican primary in South Carolina on Saturday with 40.4 percent of the vote.... Read more»

GOP's Mike Hellon seeks open county supervisor seat

Businessman Mike Hellon has declared his candidacy for the Pima County Board of Supervisors seat being vacated by the retiring Ann Day. Hellon is a former head of the state Republican Party.... Read more»

Huntsman misses state primary over paperwork

Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman filed his paperwork for Arizona's primary a few hours before Monday’s 5 p.m. deadline, but he failed to qualify because it was missing his notarized signature. ... Read more»

Comic: Gay marriage

Santorum's brassy take on Tijuana

Fresh off an eight-vote (or was it nine?) loss to Mitt Romney in Iowa, Rick Santorum has taken his resurgent presidential campaign on the road, to free-wheelin' New Hampshire.... Read more»

Donald Trump ready for 3rd-party run

Donald Trump said on Monday that he may run as a third-party presidential candidate if the Republican Party picks the “wrong candidate.”... Read more»2

Iowa, the unlikely kingmaker

Welcome to Iowa, whose motto, "1st in the Nation", refers to its jealously guarded prerogative of being the first state to officially pick the frontrunners from the presidential pack, through a statewide system of caucuses.... Read more»

Perry hits stride in Iowa, but is it too late?

If Gov. Rick Perry falls short in the Iowa caucuses, an increasingly likely outcome, there may be a feeling among frustrated supporters and objective observers alike: He could have had this. ... Read more»

Voter registration drops as counties purge rolls

The number of registered voters in Arizona fell by 46,000 since July, as county registrars removed inactive voters from the rolls. Nearly twice as many Democrats as Republicans were purged from the voter lists.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Radical overhaul of Az primary system proposed

Former state Rep. Ted Downing talks about why he believes the Arizona primary election system needs a radical overall.... Read more»

Brewer keeps presidential primary on Feb. 28

Saying she's satisfied that a scheduled GOP debate will push Arizona issues to the forefront, Gov. Jan Brewer announced the state's presidential primary will remain on Feb. 28.... Read more»

Tucson city elections

Grinnell wins ballot spot with write-ins; Romero cruises to win

Businessman/lobbyist Rick Grinnell qualified for November's general election after enough GOP voters wrote his name in, while West Side Democratic incumbent Regina Romero easily survived a primary challenge. (with video)... Read more»1

Meet the likely House committee chairs who promise to roll back ‘job-killing’ regs

Impending Republican control of the House means there will be new leaders on powerful House committees. Here’s a quick introduction — or reintroduction — to some of the lawmakers who will likely win these important chairmanships. ... Read more»

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