Photo: Arizona Supreme Court Justices from left – William G. Montgomery, John R Lopez IV, Vice Chief Justice Ann A. Scott Timmer, Chief Justice Robert M. Brutinel, Clint Bolick and James Beene listen to oral arguments The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the state Senate can keep hundreds of emails and other records related
Arizona State Senate
The contest to fill a vacant state legislative seat created by retiring Senate President Karen Fann is shaping up to be one of the most contentious races in the 2022 primary election. Three Prescott Republicans, former Secretary of State Ken Bennet (2009 -2015) and former State Representative Noel Campbell (2014-2020) faced off with newcomer and
The Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum will continue their candidate series at their next monthly luncheon on Monday, March 14th, at the Prescott Vibes Event Center, 6200 Hwy 89 (see map at bottom). The event starts promptly at 11:30am. Parking is free. An RSVP is required. The March lineup of candidates is particularly strong. Attorney General Mark Brnovich
The 2022 election year is upon us. The Verde Valley Republicans will host the first candidate forum of the year this Saturday, 10:00 am, at the VFW in Cottonwood, 702 E Aspen Street. The event is open to the public, but seating is limited, and reservations can be requested by emailing email@example.com. The lineup includes former
Senate President Karen Fann and former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett will provide an update on where things stand with the audit being conducted by the Arizona Senate of the Maricopa County 2020 presidential election returns. Karen Fann is the second female Senate President in the history of Arizona. Senator Fann was first elected
Dr. Lyle interviews Col. Philip Waldron about the upcoming forensic audit in Arizona and what it might find. They also discuss the election fraud, and what countries were involved.