Dozens of shouting and flag-waving Trump supporters gathered at the Casa Grande field office of Democratic Rep. Tom O’Halleran, who has signaled support for an impeachment inquiry, to protest Democratic efforts to remove the president from office.
Arizona Democrat Mark Kelly has outraised Republican Sen. Martha McSally for the third straight quarter in one of the most hotly contested 2020 Senate races.
Republican U.S. Sen. Martha McSally of Arizona declined to say Monday whether she’s troubled by President Donald Trump’s efforts to get foreign governments to investigate his political rival.
An Arizona man is getting probation for committing voter fraud in the 2016 election.
Vice President Mike Pence will make a return visit to Arizona this week.
Native American and Hispanic leaders told a panel of members of Congress on Tuesday that decisions to reduce the number of polling stations and restrict early voting have disenfranchised members of their community.
Members of Congress from Arizona are reacting to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's announcement of a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
An Arizona senator whose centrist voting record often frustrates her fellow Republicans has drawn a primary challenge from a conservative lawmaker, setting up a hotly contested primary fight over the soul of the GOP.
A group of independents and some Democrats are making a longshot push to convince the Arizona Democratic Party to open its presidential primary to voters who decline to join a political party.
Arizona Rep. Jay Lawrence is apologizing for saying that that black and Hispanic communities “are better armed than the police officers who are supposed to be controlling them” and that they “have firearms galore.”
FOX 10's John Hook talks to Arizona Governor Doug Ducey about his second term in office, the state's supreme court, economy, jobs, suicide prevention bill, education, water and the upcoming 2020 election.
Republican Sen. Martha McSally says it was a mistake for state GOP chairman Kelli Ward to write in a fundraising email that the party would stop Democratic Senate candidate Mark Kelly "dead in his tracks."
Arizona Republicans told state election officials Monday they're scrapping their 2020 primary, joining GOP leaders in three other states that are forgoing a presidential nominating contest as President Donald Trump seeks re-election.
The head of the Arizona Republican Party faced a backlash Friday after sending a fundraising email that said Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mark Kelly, who rose to prominence when his wife was shot in the head, will be stopped “dead in his tracks.”
Republican Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is getting a spot on the Arizona Supreme Court.
Part 1: FOX 10's John Hook talks to Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego about Proposition 105 and city pensions. Part 2: John discusses candidates' chances in the 2020 election with Mike Noble of OH Predictive Insights.
A former Arizona lawmaker says she'll challenge U.S. Rep. Tom O'Halloran in the Democratic Primary.
A Phoenix-area businessman said Wednesday he’ll challenge U.S. Sen. Martha McSally in the Republican primary, setting up a potential threat to GOP efforts to hold onto John McCain’s former Senate seat.
Phoenix voters said "yes" to expanding light rail transportation in the nation's fifth-largest city by soundly saying "no" to a measure that aimed to stop any more development of the system, according to early, unofficial returns.
Phoenix voters are weighing the future of mass rail transit in the nation's fifth-largest city heading into the last day to cast ballots on a proposition asking whether any expansion of the light rail system should be permanently halted.