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Judge will not force Maricopa county to obey Republican subpoena on Arizona vote

Plaintiffs did not did not follow the appropriate procedure to enforce a legislative subpoena

State election fraud email gets hundreds of responses

Most of the emails chastised Republicans for not accepting election outcome

AZ Senate issues subpoenas to Maricopa County

The legislative subpoenas require a forensic audit of election equipment.

Arizona legislators hold election hearing

The Senate Judiciary Committee met for to learn about the general election.

Arizona casts 11 Electoral College votes

Trump supporters tried to cast their own votes.

US Supreme Court asked to decertify Biden’s win in Arizona

Conservative lawyer challenges vote certification

Three Arizona tribal leaders on diverse slate of 11 electoral voters

What one former Arizona elector called a "sweet irony" was no accident.

Judge dismisses suit seeking to overturn Arizona election results

Officials have said the lawsuit uses conspiracy theories to make allegations without any proof.

Digging into campaign spending in the 2020 election

How much difference did record-breaking campaign spending make in Arizona?

Mark Kelly sworn in as senator, casts first vote

Two days after the election results became official, Arizona got a new U.S. senator.

Here's how the 2020 Pima County sheriff's race differed from 2016

Democrat Nanos flipped several precincts and chipped away at Republican Napier's margins in some conservative-leaning areas.

See how Pima County voted on Arizona ballot initiatives

County voters showed strong support for both Prop. 207 and Prop. 208, but margins didn't parallel state voting.

Overcoming Post-Election Partisan Hostility

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The VOTE Program uses conversation to defuse political conflict, and a pair of personal reflections on Election 2020 from Adiba Nelson and Fenton Johnson.

Voices On The Economy (VOTE)

A new approach to economics education takes on partisan hostility

Ducey waits for courts to settle presidential election

The governor refused to say the election is over.

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