Kelly continues to raise ‘like a maniac,’ dwarfing Masters in Senate race
WASHINGTON – Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly continued to widen his fundraising lead over GOP challenger Blake Masters, who still trailed the incumbent despite heavy spending on Masters' behalf by outside conservative groups.
Arizona treasurer: Longtime legislator Martín Quezada makes a bid for treasurer post
Martín Quezada has been a state legislator and school board member for much of his career. Facing term limits, he’s now vying to be the first Democrat elected state treasurer in years.
U.S. Senate: Venture capitalist Blake Masters dislikes the country’s direction
Blake Masters says he’s running for the Senate because he disagrees with the way politicians have been running the country. He says his policies are aimed at creating an Arizona where he feels comfortable raising his sons.
U.S. Senate: Mark Kelly outspends, outpolls opponent in race to keep seat
Incumbent U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly appears to have an edge against venture capitalist Blake Masters in the race to represent Arizona in the U.S. Senate.
U.S. Senate: Libertarian Marc Victor’s philosophy is ‘live and let live’
Libertarian Marc Victor, who is running a longshot campaign for the U.S. Senate, calls himself a "live and let live guy." He started the “Live and Let Live Global Peace Movement,” which promotes freedom and prohibits aggression.
Governor: Katie Hobbs touts her political competence – and ‘sanity’
Democratic candidate for Arizona governor, Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, is running a high-stakes campaign against Trump-backed candidate Kari Lake in a race that has captured national attention.
Mark Kelly and Blake Masters clash on immigration, abortion in U.S. Senate debate
PHOENIX – Sen. Mark Kelly, D-Ariz., GOP challenger Blake Masters and Libertarian Marc Victor clashed on the debate stage Thursday night. The U.S. Senate candidates from Arizona doubled down on their mostly party line positions on abortion, immigation and more.
Arizona College Prep standout Ashlyn Tierney learns the ultimate swimming lesson through anxiety disorder
CHANDLER –After losing feeling in her legs, Ashlyn Tierney was diagnosed with conversion disorder. Two years later, she’s back in the pool and breaking school records in her first year at Arizona College Prep High School.
Sinema defends filibuster at McConnell event, raising Democratic ire anew
WASHINGTON - Arizona Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema has been criticized for defending the filibuster before, but that did not stop her from repeating her position Monday, this time at an event hosted by the Senate's minority leader.
Romero lauds federal dollars for roads, rail, cites need for PFAS funding
WASHINGTON - Federal funding from the massive Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will be "critical" to Tucson's ability to address contamination of the city's water supply by the chemical PFAS, Mayor Regina Romero told a Senate panel Wednesday.
Court: 292-year sentence in string of nonviolent burglaries is not excessive
WASHINGTON - A divided federal appeals court said a 292-year sentence for a string of nonviolent burglaries over three months in Bullhead City was not "grossly disproportionate" to the crime and did not violate the Eighth Amendment.
Joe who must not be named: Democrats steer clear of Biden in campaigns
WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden's name is being invoked a lot in Arizona campaigns this year - by Republicans, who routinely criticize Biden, who is all but invisible on Democratic websites. Experts are not surprised, noting Biden's low approval ratings in a midterm election.