The Moral March for Democracy brings together Democratic politicians and activists. It starts in Georgetown and will end in Austin.
After November's election results a machine recount of the ballots does not match the county's official total, Maricopa county decided to buy new equipment. FOX 10's Nicole Garcia reports
"As soon as they come back in the state of Texas, they will be arrested," Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said. "They will be cabined inside the Texas Capitol until they get their job done."
Dozens of House Democratic lawmakers are in Washington, D.C. to stop a voting bill in the current special session ordered by Gov. Greg Abbott.
Congressional Democrats want to reinstate key sections of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. But they'll have to win over the Supreme Court.
President Joe Biden will be visiting Philadelphia next week to 'deliver remarks on actions to protect the sacred, constitutional right to vote,' according to a White House press release issued Friday.
Vice President Kamala Harris visited Howard University, her alma mater, on July 8 where she spoke about the importance of protecting voting rights amid a Republican push to enact more restrictive voting laws.
The U.S. Supreme Court disagreed on Thursday in a broader case over Arizona voting regulations, upholding a prohibition on counting ballots cast in the wrong precinct and returning early ballots for another person.
In a 6-3 decision, the SCOTUS kept two Arizona laws in place, including a limit on who can drop a ballot off at the polls. Activists say this will affect minorities the most, and worry what the ruling means in the future.
The Supreme Court ended its term Thursday with rulings in a key voting rights case and another involving donor disclosure information.
Rep. Aaron Lieberman announced has announced he's running for Arizona governor, becoming the third major Democrat to seek the state's highest office.
Republican lawmakers are poised to send two more measures changing the rules for citizen initiatives to the ballot for voter approval, joining another one that was referred to the 2022 ballot on Friday.
Steve Gaynor, a businessman, says he wants to bring an outside perspective to the Arizona governor's office.
The U.S. Justice Department has filed a federal lawsuit against the state of Georgia over its new voting law.
Democratic senators didn’t obtain enough votes Tuesday to take up debate on a bill that addressed voting rights for Americans.
The Arizona measure, SB1241, would require county election officials to give a variety of information from those ballots to the county attorney or attorney general
Salmon, a Republican, served in the Arizona Legislature before winning three terms in Congress in the 1990s. Salmon ended his congressional tenure to follow a pledge that he would serve only three terms.
Arizona's Attorney General has become the third major candidate to seek the GOP nomination to take on incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Kelly in the 2022 election.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced he's running for U.S. Senate, becoming the third major candidate seeking the Republican nomination to take on Democrat Mark Kelly. Brnovich spoke to FOX 10's Troy Hayden on Friday about his decision to enter the race.
McGuire introduced himself with an online video highlighting his military career and presenting himself as a political outsider tired of “weak leaders” and “politicians who sit on the sidelines.”