A conservative group is challenging parts of Arizona's election procedures manual, marking the third lawsuit filed within the last two weeks that seeks to throw out provisions in the state's guide for conducting elections.
A Superior Court judge in Arizona's Maricopa County denied a request from Republican state lawmakers to block a voter-approved law on transparency in campaign financing.
The No Labels party filed a lawsuit in Arizona seeking to block its ballot line from being used by Democrats who oppose the group’s efforts to launch a third-party ticket for president next year.
Arizona Democrats filed a complaint Thursday with Secretary of State Adrian Fontes, a Democrat who angered some in his party earlier this year when he formally recognized No Labels as a political party in the state.
The Arizona Supreme Court has issued sanctions against a lawyer for Kari Lake, the 2022 election gubernatorial candidate.
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."
Democrat Adrian Fontes won the top elections post in Arizona, defeating a Republican rival who attended the Jan. 6 rally that preceded the violent attack on the U.S. Capitol and who said he would not have certified Joe Biden’s win in the state.
Besides governor, voters in Arizona are also casting their vote for various other statewide offices. Here's a look at the races, as results begin to come in.
Mark Finchem debated Democrat Adrian Fontes, the former Maricopa County Recorder who lost his 2020 reelection bid, in a televised debate that is sponsored by the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission.
Former Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes is projected by the Associated Press to be the winner of the Democratic Party primary for Secretary of State.
In a tweet posted to Twitter on Nov. 12, Fontes said he called Richer to congratulate him on winning the race.