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Arizona Governor's Race

Hobbs presses steadily toward transition, even as challenges swirl – Cronkite News

Ignoring challenges and election critics, Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs pressed on toward a transition Wednesday as aides laid out the incoming administration’s priorities and promised she will be “a governor for all Arizonans.” That message was seconded by Gov. Doug Ducey, who met with Hobbs and congratulated her in a tweet on “her victory in a

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GOP Gov Ducey welcomes Dem Hobbs though no Lake concession – Associated Press

Outgoing Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Wednesday his Republican administration will ensure an orderly transition to Democrat Katie Hobbs, his first public statement on her victory. Ducey met with Hobbs in his office more than a week after her victory became clear and days after the last ballots were counted. However, defeated Republican Kari Lake

Arizona Politics

Defeated Arizona Rep. Tom O’Halleran reflects on election – Associated Press

His Democratic-leaning district remapped into one that leaned heavily Republican, U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran could have just retired and ceded the sprawling Arizona district he was virtually certain to lose to the Republican who ended up victorious in Tuesday’s election. He didn’t. “That’s not who I am,” the three-term Democrat said Friday from his home

U.S. Senate

Sen. Mark Kelly takes early lead in battleground Arizona – Associated Press

Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly has been fighting to hold on to the seat he won for Democrats two years ago, but he faced a vastly different political environment heading into Tuesday’s election against Republican venture capitalist Blake Masters. Kelly took the lead in early returns, which reflected mail ballots returned ahead of election day, but

Legal Beat

Judge says he’ll appoint monitor for Donald Trump’s company – Associated Press

A Manhattan judge said Thursday he will appoint an independent monitor “to ensure there is no further fraud” at former President Donald Trump’s company, restricting its ability to freely make deals, sell assets and change its corporate structure. Judge Arthur Engoron ordered an outside watchdog as he presides over a lawsuit in which New York’s

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