Arizona Governor

Hobbs breaks Arizona veto record – The Center Square

Gov. Katie Hobbs set a record for most vetos by an Arizona governor in a year on Tuesday with 11 vetoes in one day.  The Democrat has shot down 63 bills in total from the Republican majority Legislature, which has led lawmakers to dub her as overtly partisan. She bested former Democrat Gov. Janet Napolitano’s

Arizona Senate race

Gallego holds first events of Arizona Senate campaign – Associated Press

Democrat Ruben Gallego held the first public events of his U.S. Senate campaign Saturday, taking aim at independent incumbent Kyrsten Sinema and casting his candidacy in a patriotic appeal to the American dream. The fifth-term congressman recounted his journey from a poor family in Chicago to cleaning toilets as a Harvard student and a tough


Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema switches to independent – Associated Press

Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona announced Friday she has registered as an independent, a renegade move that could bolster her political brand but won’t upend the Democrats’ narrow Senate majority. She says she will not caucus with Republicans. Sinema, who faces reelection in 2024, has been a vibrant yet often unpredictable force in the


Opinion: Vote in the Primaries to Optimize Success in November – Inside Sources

Early primary results have seen candidates from the fringes of both parties winning and endorsements from party leaders not always having the predicted effect. As we head toward primaries across most of the rest of the country, internal fights over electability and ideological purity will determine who wins and who falls short. But even more,

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