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Volunteers Lisa Marsh, left, and Diane Gordon gather signatures to recall Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas outside a Glendale recreation center.

If volunteers succeed in getting 366,128 signatures by Dec. 30, there will be a statewide recall election in which other candidates can take on state schools chief Diane Douglas. While many petition drives use paid petition circulators, the grass-roots effort is relying on volunteers. Read more»

Beto Soto, field director for Citizens for a Better Arizona, encourages those attending a demonstration to be a 'babysitter' of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

After a federal judge ordered that a monitor guard against racial profiling by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, a handful of demonstrators showed up in Phoenix on Thursday to fill out a tongue-in-cheek application to “babysit” Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Read more»

Randy Parraz with Citizens for a Better Arizona speaks Tuesday at a news conference criticizing three GOP bills on elections. He noted that last year his group collected over 4,000 ballots, many of them from Latino voters, and turned them in at polling places, something that would be a felony under SB 1003.

A Democratic lawmaker is calling upon the U.S. Department of Justice to monitor three election-related bills being considered by the Legislature. Read more» 1

Randy Parraz provides an update on the efforts to recall Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce. Read more»

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

Updated Aug. 31, 7:15 p.m. Horne wins GOP AG race, has 892 vote lead. Kelly beats Paton, Glassman wins Dem Senate race. Sen. McCain and Gov. Brewer beat back primary challenges. Rookie McClung wins CD 7 primary. Read more» 3

It's Election Day! Get thee to a polling station! Read more»

As the clock winds down toward the U.S. Senate primary elections, a Republican knock-down, drag-out brawl is being balanced by a Democratic light flyweight slapfest. Read more» 1

44 percent of Democrats still haven't decided who should run for the U.S. Senate, according to a new poll commissioned by Randy Parraz. The labor organizer called the race "a virtual dead heat," noting that he is nearly tied with Rodney Glassman with 17 percent to the former Tucson city councilman's 20 percent. Read more» 1

Incumbent Sen. John McCain leads former Tucson city councilman Rodney Glassman in a new survey by conservative pollster Rasmussen Reports. Read more» 9

The primary race to decide the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate hasn't changed much in the past month, a new poll says. 47 percent of "likely voters" are undecided, up from 46 percent a month ago. Read more»

The four candidates - Rodney Glassman, John Dougherty, Cathy Eden and Randy Parraz - running in Arizona's Democratic primary race for the U.S. Senate will debate Friday night. Read more»

Rodney Glassman, who's seeking the Democratic nomination for Senate, reported that his campaign has raised more than $1 million. Read more» 2

Glassman, Parraz, Eden and Dougherty (clockwise from top left).

The candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate have agreed to a series of primary debates around the state. John Dougherty, Randy Parraz and Cathy Eden have agreed to participate in the debates, while Rodney Glassman will appear in two. Read more»

Glassman, Parraz, Eden and Dougherty (clockwise from top left).

46 percent of likely voters in Arizona's Democratic primary haven't made up their minds on a candidate yet, according to a new poll. Read more»

Opinion: One month ago, Gov. Jan Brewer signed the draconian bill SB 1070 into law, legalizing racial profiling. In that month, Arizona changed. Read more» 8

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