elections

Opinion

Opinion: A Societal Earthquake Is Shaking the U.S. Across Many Fronts

I have been in only one earthquake. It was in Izmir, Turkey, in 2014. The earth moved, undulating under my feet. Buildings shook and people’s fear could be felt. Americans have reason to believe they are in a societal earthquake of unknown intensity or long-term consequence. Everywhere the earth we have known and trusted —

Arizona Today

Arizona Today: Interview with David Shestokas

Dr. Lyle Rapacki interviews David Shestokas, a lawyer and subject matter expert on the U.S. Constitution. From October 22 to November 26, 2020 Mr. Shestokas was in Pennsylvania as part of the Lawyers for Trump team.  In that time he organized 70+ ballot processing observers in Allegheny County (Pittsburgh),  interviewed and verified information from whistleblowers,

Prescott Mayor's Race

Councilman Phil Goode Launches Campaign for Mayor of Prescott

The campaign committee for Phil Goode for Mayor will officially launch their campaign with a Meet and Greet and fundraiser today, April 29th,  from 6-8pm, in the Arizona Room of the Hassayampa Inn,  122 E. Gurley Street in downtown Prescott.  The event is open to the public.  An RSVP is not required.  Appetizers and a no-host

Elections

GOP lawmakers seek greater control over local elections

Partisan takeovers of election boards. Threats to fine county election officials and overturn results. Even bans on giving water to voters while they stand in line. In addition to their nationwide efforts to limit access to the ballot, Republican lawmakers in some states are moving to gain greater control over the local mechanics of elections,

State

Hobbs calls for expanded voting rights, blasts GOP election proposals

Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs said the 2020 elections “challenged our democracy in ways we’ve never seen before” but that officials still managed to deliver a safe, secure election with record-breaking turnout in the midst of a pandemic. Hobbs, speaking as part of a panel of election officials Tuesday, also blasted what she called

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