October 20, 2020

Politics

2016 sequel? Trump’s old attacks failing to land on Biden

President Donald Trump stood before a crowd in a state that had once been firmly in his grasp. There were fewer than three weeks left in the campaign, one reshaped by a virus that has killed more than 215,000 Americans, and he was running out of time to change the trajectory of the race. He

Opinion

Opinion: Convincing Your Non-Voting Friends to Vote

With the most divisive election in 150 years approaching, politicians on both sides of the aisle are fervently urging others to vote. This moment is very sensible, given that about 100 million eligible voters did not vote in the 2016 election. Many have argued that non-voters are the largest voting bloc. Is there anything that

Politics

Policy vs. personality: Undecideds torn as election nears

Amanda Jaronowski is torn. The lifelong Republican from suburban Cleveland supports President Donald Trump’s policies and fears her business could be gutted if Democrat Joe Biden is elected. But she abhors Trump personally, leaving her on the fence about who will get her vote. It’s a “moral dilemma,” Jaronowski said as she paced her home

Opinion

Opinion: Balancing the Budget Is Not on Either Party’s Immediate Agenda

Remember when President Clinton worked with the Republican-led House to balance the federal budget? That was more than 20 years ago. Where is such bipartisanship today? Actually, there is bipartisanship on the budget. It has just been flipped on its head. Democrats and Republicans are as uninterested in balancing the budget as they are committed

Politics

Looking Back: First Twelve Days of Early Voting

We are almost two weeks into the 2020 General Election early voting, and Data Orbital is continuing to update the public daily with returns from all fifteen counties across Arizona. Through the first twelve days of voting, Democrats have been turning their ballots in much quicker than in previous years and certainly much quicker than

State

Governor Ducey Announces $715,000 To Support Families, Communities In Need

Governor Doug Ducey today announced $715,000 from the AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund has been allocated to 19 organizations across the state that support individuals and families in need. The recipient organizations provide services including short-term housing, food and basic living assistance, employment support, education materials, health services and more. “Organizations across the state have worked

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