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Republicans advocate to keep "unborn human being" in AZ abortion ballot description

They argue that the term is a direct quote from Arizona's current law, making it impartial.

Mail-in ballot deadline is here

Check the story to find an early voting site.

Biden decision won't impact Arizona ballot preparations

Secretary of State Adrian Fontes said voters actually selected delegates not a candidate during the Presidential Preference Election.

Legal fight continues with appeals over proposed immigration initiative for Arizona Nov. 5 ballot

Immigrant advocates kept the issue alive this week by filing notice to the state Supreme Court that they will appeal the judge’s ruling.

Former Senator Jeff Flake announces he's leaving as Turkish ambassador before general election

The former senator has been an outspoken critic of former President Trump.

Chispa Arizona launches $200K campaign to raise awareness about Corporation Commission election

According to a poll funded by Chispa Arizona, a majority of Latino voters are unfamiliar with what the state utility regulator does.

Arizona election worker accused of stealing a security fob also charged with other crimes

Ringfield also is charged with theft after prosecutors say he stole $9,500 in vintage jewelry from mannequins at the Phoenix Art Museum on May 20.

Arizona group aiming to institute open primaries submits signatures to get on the ballot

The group says they’ve gathered 584,124 signatures, far above the 383,923 threshold they needed to meet to get the measure on the ballot.

Arizonans rally for reproductive rights: Record-breaking signatures to secure abortion access on ballot

Arizona for Abortion Access gathers over 823,000 signatures, doubling the required number, to place the right to abortion on the November ballot.

Why "Breaking Bread" is a different approach to political discussion.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How art can help with in-hospital healing; Luis Alberto Urrea on how his literature career began; and "Stories That Soar!" considers the meaning of love.

Evacuation orders lifted for some Arizona residents forced from their homes days ago by a wildfire

The Boulder View Fire was 19% contained Sunday after charring nearly 6 square miles.

Key dates and essential information for Arizona’s Primary Election

Here is a list of your most frequently asked questions with answers.

Activists submit 17,000 signatures urging closure of uranium mine near Grand Canyon

Groups like the Sierra Club, Center for Biological Diversity along with Tribal members say the mine risks drinking water.

AZ doctors can perform later-term abortions in emergencies, AG says

Mayes clarified the exceptions to Arizona law in an opinion released Thursday.

The Buzz: The coming state budget has its critics

Worries about shorted funding, misallocated funds and existing problems cause concern for some.

Arizona authorities are investigating theft of device that allows access to vote tabulators

“This is not your average theft,” Maricopa County Sheriff Russ Skinner said at a news conference in Phoenix.

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