Photo: Blake Masters in Prescott If a new poll is any indicator, Arizona will have at least a couple of highly-competitive statewide races on the ballot this November. The poll released by Emerson College this week found that the incumbent in the U.S. Senate race has a slight lead, and no one has a lead
Larry Mitko voted for Donald Trump in 2016. But the Republican from Beaver County in western Pennsylvania says he has no plans to back his party’s nominee for Senate, Dr. Mehmet Oz — “no way, no how.” Mitko doesn’t feel like he knows the celebrity heart surgeon, who only narrowly won his May primary with
[Editor’s note: These numbers are from the Arizona Secretary of State’s website as of 9 pm, Wednesday, August 3rd. We will be updating throughout the days as the Election Day votes are counted.] FEDERAL U.S. Senate Race Blake Masters 250,780 39.05% Jim Lamon 179,237 28.81% U.S. Representative, CD-2 Eli Crane
Photo: Kari Lake, Republican candidate for Arizona governor, speaks to supporters at her election night party Vote counting continued Wednesday in the close race to determine the Republican nominee for governor in Arizona, with former television news anchor Kari Lake narrowly leading lawyer Karrin Taylor Robson. The contest is seen as a barometer of Donald
Data Orbital is pleased to announce the results of its latest statewide, mixed mode survey of likely Republican primary election voters. The survey was conducted from July 18th to July 20th. The survey tested all Republican candidates whose names will appear on the ballot for Governor in the upcoming August 2nd Republican primary. With mail-in ballots already
Jim Dutton interviews Bryan Masche about his run for Arizona Governor, why he is running, and what is his background.