Weeks after the 2022 election, outgoing Arizona Governor Doug Ducey met with Governor-elect Katie Hobbs at the Executive Tower, and said his administration will ensure an orderly transition to Hobbs.
It has been weeks since voters cast their ballot in a bitterly contested election, and Katie Hobbs, who is projected to become the first Democrat to be elected as Arizona's governor in years, is talking about her priorities upon taking office, among other issues.
Democrat Katie Hobbs was elected Arizona governor on Monday, defeating an ally of Donald Trump who falsely claimed the 2020 election was rigged and refused to say she would accept the results of her race this year.
Eight of the 12 are Democrats, aligning with the trend of more women serving in elected office identifying as Democrats than Republicans in the U.S. House, the U.S. Senate and state legislatures.
Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake addressed her supporters, hours after the polls closed. No projections for Lake's race have been made by major media organizations.
Democrat Katie Hobbs was leading the Arizona governor's race by about 35,000 votes as of Sunday morning.
A new FOX 10 InsiderAdvantage poll shows the race for Governor and U.S. Senate is coming down to the wire.
Phoenix Police and officials with Democrat Katie Hobbs' gubernatorial campaign confirm that a break-in has happened at Hobbs' campaign headquarters in Phoenix.
A new FOX 10 InsiderAdvantage poll shows the race for Governor - widening a bit. But the race for U.S. Senate is turning into a dead heat.
A debacle of sorts over the current lack of a debate between the two major candidates, especially after a Phoenix area PBS station announced their decision to offer a one-on-one interview with Katie Hobbs, on the same day a similar interview was supposed to be held with Hobbs' Republican opponent, Kari Lake.
Katie Hobbs, who is the Democratic nominee for governor, said in a statement that affected voters will receive the correct ballot shortly.
New polling numbers show the gap widen between Kari Lake and Katie Hobbs in the Arizona governor's race, while Mark Kelly continues to maintain a lead over Blake Masters in the Senate race.
“We have informed the SOS committee that the referendum will not qualify for the 2024 General Election Ballot. While the statutorily required review continues, our office has inspected enough petitions & signatures to confirm that the 118,823 signature minimum will not be met,” Secretary of State Katie Hobbs tweeted.
In the race to become Arizona's next governor, Katie Hobbs was out talking to voters in Tempe, and on the same day, Kari Lake held a Q&A event in Chandler. Lake maintains wanting a debate as Hobbs is unwavering in not sharing a stage with her.
Democrat Katie Hobbs’ campaign announced Sept. 11 that she would not debate Republican Kari Lake as the two battle for the Arizona governor’s office, calling off any negotiations with Lake and the state commission overseeing debates.
Katie Hobbs, the Democratic Party candidate for Arizona governor in the November elections, has declined to agree to a televised debate with her Republican opponent, Kari Lake, proposing instead to have individual interviews with the moderator.
FOX 10 has partnered with polling firm InsiderAdvantage to see what direction Arizona voters are headed, and they are showing different results, depending on which race is in question.
After days of vote counting, the AP is projecting that former television news anchor Kari Lake will win the Republican Party nomination for governor, setting the stage for a battle between her and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs to succeed Doug Ducey as Arizona's next governor.
A Yavapai County judge last month rejected Mark Brnovich’s effort to order Katie Hobbs to do a major rewrite of a nearly 300-page document she wrote telling county election officials how to manage the 2022 elections.
The lawsuit from Mack Brnovich seeks an order compelling Katie Hobbs to provide a manual that gives county election officials clear guidance on how to run elections.