WASHINGTON - Arizona congressional challengers have been emboldened this year by an open seat, an unpopular president and a newly drawn district map - and they have the money to show for it, raising $13.7 million to the incumbents' $9.4 million as of March 31.
WASHINGTON - Congressional campaigns are often compared to horse races, but in Arizona the jockeys and the horses were scrambled this year. Even without moving, seven of the state's nine House members landed in newly numbered districts after redistricting.
WASHINGTON - A voters' advocacy group said it will appeal a Maricopa County judge's decision to dismiss its lawsuit that sought to ban three GOP lawmakers from the ballot for their support of the Jan. 6 insurrection.
WASHINGTON - A federal court said Georgia voters can press their claim that Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's support for the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol disqualifies her from the ballot, the same charge that has been filed against three Arizona lawmakers.
WASHINGTON - Arizona Senate hopefuls had raised more than $61.5 million by March 31, led by Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly, D-Ariz., whose almost $39 million in campaign contributions was the second-highest in the nation among Senate candidates this cycle.
Cronkite News has compiled a list of frequently asked questions – and their answers – related to the Arizona 2022 election season.
Arizona PBS will broadcast a series of debates leading up to Arizona's 2022 primary and general elections. Tune in to Arizona PBS or watch at cronkitenews.azpbs.org/election-2022.
As Arizona heads toward 2022 midterm and local elections, Cronkite News will provide key election data to keep you up to date on what’s happening in the state.
As Arizona's 2022 midterm and local elections approach, here are key dates for Arizona voters.
WASHINGTON - It took less than a day for opponents to file multiple court challenges to a new Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship to vote, a measure almost identical to one rejected by the Supreme Court in 2013.
WASHINGTON - Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer has blasted "outlandish theories" of election deniers in the past, but he said Wednesday he is "flattered" that far-right 2020 election deniers are running for state office - it means they care enough to try to fix the system.