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Kari Lake's lawsuit over metro Phoenix's electronic voting machines has been tossed out

The former Phoenix TV anchor wound up losing her race by more than 17,000 votes while Finchem lost by over 120,000 votes.

Arizona Greens push to regain party recognition and get on 2024 ballot

Parties looking to qualify for recognition must submit at least 34,127 valid signatures to the Secretary of State’s office by Nov. 30.

Former Clerk of the Board takes helm of Cochise County's elections department

Tim Mattix will be Cochise County's new elections director

Kari Lake begins Senate campaign as she keeps fighting her loss in the last election

Lake launched a U.S. Senate campaign for an Arizona seat in a splashy Scottsdale rally on Tuesday, having never conceded that she lost last year's race for Arizona governor.

Judge dismisses lawsuit contesting jail district election

Four Cochise County residents filed the lawsuit alleging misconduct by the county

Kari Lake files to run for Senate

Lake has scheduled a rally for next Tuesday to make a "HUGE" announcement.

Cochise County Elections Director Resigns, Again

Cochise County Elections Director Bob Bartelsmeyer submitted his resignation last Friday

Cochise Supervisor files suit against state and Maricopa County officals over 2022 Election

The Republican County Supervisor claims that Maricopa County Elections Officials didn't follow procedure when verifiying signatures on mail-in ballots

The Buzz: The benefits and drawbacks of becoming a city or town

As Vail considers incorporating, we ask what changes in a community when it adds local government.

Cochise County Supervisors don't approve measures to prevent ballot fraud

Recorder resigns as interim County Elections Director

Vail could become its own town

The issue may end up in court before voters get to it.

The Buzz: What's changing in campaign finance before 2024

As the next presidential election approaches, we ask if who pays for campaigns is getting clearer.

Arizona Democrats lose lawsuit looking to block No Labels Party

No Labels says it is seeking ballot access in many states and will run a bipartisan “unity ticket” for president “if the two parties select unreasonably divisive presidential nominees.”

Abortion rights advocates push for 2024 ballot initiative in Arizona

If proponents collect enough signatures, Arizona will become the latest state to put the question of reproductive rights directly to voters.

Texas man who threatened poll workers and Arizona officials is sentenced to 3 1/2 years

Prosecutors say court documents showed that Goltz threatened several people — including a lawyer with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office and a Maricopa County elections official — on far-right social media platforms.

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