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As polls show him trailing in Arizona, Trump stops in Phoenix to woo Latino voters

Events aimed at winning over Hispanic voters illustrate expectations that the demographic could make or break the November election.

Campaign led by DACA recipients aims to engage youth, Latino voters

In Arizona and across the nation, immigration is a forefront issue this November.

Race underway for Corporation Commission, Arizona's 'fourth branch of government'

The Arizona Corporation Commission, which regulates utilities, pipelines and securities, has three open seats this fall.

The value of debates in the 2020 election

A discussion with national political analyst Ron Faucheux.

How Arizona’s independent voters factor into the 2020 election

What early polls suggest about the candidates they support.

Pima County’s political parties push to get out the vote

Issues they are promoting as they reach out to residents in the county.

Roundtable: Arizona’s political battleground

Democratic and Republican political consultants discuss the parties' strategies in the swing state.

Campaign strategies, independent voters, debate season

Plus, how political parties in Pima County are getting out the vote.

Cochise County sued over polling place access

The complaint says the county is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Pascua Yaqui leaders call on county officials to help reinstate early voting site

No matter who supports their cause, it's the Pima County recorder who decides where early voting locations go.

Napier threatens legal action against Nanos

The race for Pima County Sheriff could end up in court over a defamation claim.

Navajo Nation residents sue Arizona over early ballot requirements

Six members of the Navajo Nation want a change in Arizona election law.

Secretary of state: Postal Service ready for Arizona's mail-in ballots

Katie Hobbs says "the capacity is there" to handle an influx of ballots in the upcoming election.

Republicans defend Postal Service, accuse Democrats of scare tactics

Democrats say the postmaster general's changes have led to reduced service and could threaten mail-in ballots this fall.

Former Republican Senator Flake endorses Biden

The former US Senator said, “decency shouldn’t be that hard.”

Arizona’s long history with voting by mail

Arizona voters have cast ballots by mail for nearly three decades.

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