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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

Shirley Scott addresses supporters Tuesday night.

Tucson City Councilwoman Shirley Scott has hung on to her seat, defeating challenger Tyler Vogt 51-49 percent. The 16-year council veteran held off the Republican, widening the 1,700-vote lead she held on election night as late ballots were counted. Read more» 1

Jonathan Rothschild, Tucson's mayor-elect, thanks supporters Tuesday night.

Tucson has elected a new mayor, Democrat Jonathan Rothschild, and the party's City Council incumbents look to be holding their seats. Only the Ward 4 race between Shirley Scott and challenger Tyler Vogt is still a contest. Read more» 10

It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we talk with Victoria Maizes, M.D., Head of the University of Arizona-based Center for Integrative Medicine. Plus, GOP City Council candidate Tyler Vogt, and housing analyst John Strobeck. Read more»

A day after declining to comment on a poll showing their candidates with strong leads in their races for reelection to the Tucson City Council, local Democrats are touting the survey they commissioned. Read more» 3

Voters can compare and contrast the candidates for the upcoming Tucson city election at a Monday evening forum. Read more» 1

Republican city council candidate Tyler Vogt told the editorial board of the Arizona Daily Star last week that he'll only answer written questions, and won't appear for a candidate interview. Read more» 2

We kicked off the show with a newsmaker interview with state Rep. Daniel Patterson.. Next, we talked with Tyler Vogt, candidate for Tucson City Council. Read more»