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Arizona governor puts more containers along Mexican border

The move comes days after Ducey sues to put up the containers.

Fact Check Arizona: Ep. 4 Abortion and statewide races

Abortion misconceptions and changing stances are frequent in Arizona campaigns

Can candidates for governor rally their parties in Arizona’s midterm?

Shoring up support from party supporters may be crucial for both Lake and Democratic gubernatorial nominee Katie Hobbs in what could be a close election.

Arizona sues US over containers along border with Mexico

The lawsuit filed in federal court in Arizona asks that the state be allowed to take unilateral action it believes necessary to protect its residents.

The Buzz: How the online world has changed campaign finance

A look at how the internet has changed how money comes into and flows out of politics.

Pinal officials pledge better election this time

The August primary was beset by problems in the rural county.

Arizona refuses US demand to remove containers along border

The federal government told Arizona officials in a letter last week that the containers were unauthorized and violated U.S. law.

The Republican and Democrat running for U.S. Senate in Arizona want to be seen as independent

Voters with no party affiliation have held the key to winning past Arizona elections.

In race for utility regulator, different visions for Arizona’s energy future

Two Republicans — Nick Myers and Kevin Thompson — and two Democrats — Sandra Kennedy and Lauren Kuby — are running for two open positions.

Beyond finalizing results, secretary of state candidates can shape Arizona’s elections

The secretary of state has other influence over elections, well before voting even starts.

Fact Check Arizona: Ep. 3 The Border in the Governor's Race

Lake and Hobbs' plans for border security and immigration vary widely.

New debate drama emerges in race for Arizona governor

Kari Lake, the Republican candidate for Arizona governor, is blasting a Phoenix PBS affiliate for scheduling an interview with her Democratic rival, Katie Hobbs.

Cochise County officials propose counting ballots by hand

It would be an unusual step that election officials warn could be time consuming and unreliable.

Phoenix City Council passes abortion resolution modeled after Tucson’s

The resolution states the support for abortion access and deprioritzes law enforcement of current abortion restrictions.

Whetstone locals mixed on seeing border shipping containers

Cochise County issued permits for containers.

Fact Check Arizona: Ep. 2 Examining the allegations made by schools superintendent candidates

Both candidates have attacked the other over certain claims. Here's a look at how true they are.

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