Cronkite News reports on the Arizona impact of the 2016 election: What Trump’s win means for border communities, what Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s defeat means for Maricopa County, and how teachers are helping students understand the results.
On the day after the 2016 election, Cronkite News covers Trump’s reaction from Arizona and national leaders, including Sen. John NcCain, President-elect Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama.
On the eve of Election Day, Cronkite News covers a late-breaking ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court allowing Arizona’s ballot-collection law to stand, a shortage of school nurses and how one church in North Phoenix provides sanctuary to undocumented immigrants.
Cronkite News reports on Clinton and Kaine rallies in Phoenix, early voting difficulties in Arizona, how teenagers are encouraging adults to vote, and how local groups are helping immigrant women escape domestic violence.
Cronkite News reports on vice presidential candidate Mike Pence’s final push in Arizona, unique problems Native Americans encounter when voting and a stylist who is using leftover hair to save the environment.
Cronkite News reports on a group monitoring for voter intimidation in Arizona, why Latinos are not the only ones buying Day of the Dead bread, and how a pastor who was recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease is raising money for children in Haiti.
Cronkite News reports on the Arizona Democratic Party suing Republicans over allegations of voter intimidation, Donald Trump’s historic seventh visit to Arizona, and The Orpheum hosts Halloween ghost tours.