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Update on Arizona State Senate Race in LD-1

As of Wednesday, August 10th, with the Secretary of State’s website updated at 6:16 pm, the number of votes for Ken Bennett and Steve Zipperman have not changed since Tuesday. Mr. Bennet is still ahead by 256 votes. Prescot teNews will continue to watch this race.

Arizona State Legislature

Arizona State Senate race: Votes still coming in

As of 7 pm, August 9th, the Secretary of State’s website is reporting that Ken Bennett is now ahead by 256 votes. Ken Bennett           28,357 votes    50.2% Steve Zipperman    28,101 votes    49.8% We will continue to monitor this race.

Events

Local Conservatives to Host Republican Candidates

The local chapter of Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) has announced that Republican candidates for Arizona Secretary of State, US Congress for CD2, and the Arizona State Senate for LD1, will speak at their upcoming meeting this  Saturday,  March 26, 2022,  in Chino Valley.  The meeting is free and open to the public but seating

Events

Local Conservatives to Host Arizona Governor Candidate Steve Gaynor

The local chapter of Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR)  has announced that Steve Gaynor, Republican candidate for Arizona Governor, will speak at their upcoming meeting Saturday, November 27, 2021, in Chino Valley.  The meeting is free and open to the public but seating is limited.  Those wishing to attend are asked to RSVP. Steve Gaynor was

Elections

Hobbs pushes for federal voting legislation to protect workers, voters

It’s been almost a year since the 2020 elections, but Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs told a Senate panel Tuesday that it’s not over for her staff, who have been subject to “near constant harassment” from election deniers. Hobbs was one of several election officials who shared stories of harassment, death threats and attacks

Elections

Senators review draft of election audit, as critics redouble attacks

Arizona Senate Republicans are expected to begin their review Wednesday of a partial Maricopa County election audit, but critics are not waiting until then to target the report as little more than “invalid and unreliable” partisan propaganda. A full report by Cyber Ninjas was delayed after several company officials were diagnosed with COVID-19, among other

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