Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced Tuesday that 1,000 Georgians voted twice in the state’s June 9 primary, a felony that he said will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris plans a Thursday speech condemning President Donald Trump for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, and she'll give it just hours before Trump is set to accept renomination for a second term.
Kevin Clinesmith, who pleaded guilty to making a false statement, is the first current or former official to be charged in a special Justice Department review of the investigation into ties between Russia and Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has signed an executive order granting convicted felons the right to vote, ending Iowa’s place as the only remaining state to broadly deny voting rights to felons.
"Everyone talking about 'how do we fix this?' They say 'go out and vote?' What about asking if how we vote is also structurally racist?"
The Arizona Supreme Court has upheld a decision to remove Corporation Commissioner Boyd Dunn from the Republican Party primary ballot after one of his campaign workers told the court she had forged some of his nominating petition signatures.
Polling places in the Omaha area appeared largely quiet, in part because there was such a huge number of absentee ballots mailed into election offices.
Super Tuesday falls on March 3 this time around and nearly 70% of delegates required to clinch the Democratic nomination are up for grabs.
Democrats opposed the measure and argued the change would greatly affect the ability of tribes and minority communities to elect representatives of their choice.
The prank group known as P.U.T.I.N. (Pigeons United To Interfere Now) released footage of the pigeons in the MAGA hats on Feb. 18.
Maricopa County elections officials are hoping that a new law and new equipment could prevent a repeat of the Democratic presidential primary in 2016.
An Arizona law that passed last year requires cities with a higher minimum wage than the state to reimburse the state for costs associated with that higher wage.
Democratic challenger Mark Kelly has again topped Arizona Republican Sen. Martha McSally’s fundraising in one of the top 2020 Senate races, according to numbers released by both campaigns Tuesday.
An Arizona advocacy group for clean elections took the first step to getting an ambitious set of elections reforms on the 2020 ballot.
An 18-month investigation into the NRA’s relationship with Russia and potential violations of U.S. tax and sanctions laws was conducted by Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee and released Friday.
When the light rail was expanded in North Phoenix, businesses in the area felt the growing pains during its construction. Now, years later, business owners there want to let business owners along South Central Avenue know what they can expect, after a ballot initiative to stop all light rail expansion projects appears to be heading for defeat.
Three-term City Councilwoman Regina Romero has won a three-way race for the Democratic nomination to be Tucson's next mayor, according to unofficial results from Tuesday's election.
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.
A Tucson man is facing felony charges for allegedly voting in the 2016 presidential election in two different states.