Politics and Government

Who Will Be Arizona's Mine Inspector for the Next Four Years?

Sep 23, 2010 Two-way race to determine who will be the state's mine inspector for the next four years has incumbent Republican Joe Hart facing Democratic Challenger Manuel Cruz of Glendale.

Three-way Race for Two Seats in LD 26

Sep 22, 2010 Democratic Representative Nancy Young Wright, Republican Representative Vic Williams and Republican Challenger Terri Proud want to represent Arizona's 26th Legislative District.

Secretary of State Showdown

Sep 17, 2010 Sec of State Ken Bennett, a Republican faces off with his challenger Chris Deschene, a Democrat in the battle for the second highest elected office in Arizona.

Decision Time Coming for the City of Tucson

Sep 16, 2010 Tucson Mayor Bob Walkup talks about the two very important decisions voters will be deciding on in the November elections.

Battle for the State's Top Money Man

Sep 13, 2010 Democrat Andrei Cherny and Republican Doug Ducey face-off in their battle to become Arizona State Treasurer.

Tucson Muslims Celebrate End of Ramadan

Sep 10, 2010 Leaders Say They Hope to Transcend Contentious Atmosphere

Unauthorized Immigration Statistics Are Trending Downward

Sep 9, 2010 Decade-Long Downward Trend Continues According to Pew Hispanic Research Center Report

TUSD Candidates

Sep 7, 2010 Come November voters will decide how to fill two seats on the TUSD governing board.

Latest Numbers on the Race for Arizona Governor

Sep 3, 2010 Friday Roundtable panel focuses on the race for Arizona governor and the latest polling numbers showing Governor Brewer with a comfortable lead over Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard.

SB 1070 Legal Challenge Update

Sep 3, 2010 Dennis Burke, U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona provides an update on the legal challenge to SB-1070 that his office is working on.

Arizona Governor Debate Offers Partisan Fireworks

Sep 3, 2010 Four candidates argue ideas and more in a televised forum.

Electric Cars Rolling Out

Sep 1, 2010 Supporters of electric vehicles are excited about the short-term and long-term future

Property Taxes Going Up?

Sep 1, 2010 Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll talks about what Pima County homeowners can expect on upcoming property tax bills.

UA Part of Grant to Prevent Telecommunications Breakdown

Aug 31, 2010 Computer scientists at the University of Arizona are sharing a $454,000 grant to identify weaknesses in computer networks and secure them in the case of a national emergency, such as an electromagnetic pulse.

Roundtable Panelists Sound-Off On This Week's Election

Aug 27, 2010 "Friday Roundtable" journalists and commentators weigh-in on the Arizona Primary and look ahead to Election 2010 in the Fall.

Well-known Arizona Political Pollster Talks About Election 2010

Aug 27, 2010 Margaret Kenski, Ph.D., one of Arizona's best-known and well respected political pollsters talks about the just-concluded primary and looks ahead to the general election.

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