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Director Ari Folman's "Where is Anne Frank" comes to Tucson.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Adiba Nelson on ways that overturning Roe v. Wade endangers women's lives; Betsy Kruse Craig portrays Molly Ivins at Invisible Theater; and Colin Quinn takes a comedic look at United States history in his book “Overstated”.

Fact Check AZ: Ep. 5 The Race for Senate and Pulling to the Middle

Why would Blake Masters make major changes in the policy portion of his website? Is he alone in doing so?

The Buzz: Latino voters are not a voting block

Plus, a check-in with elections officials as the midterm approaches.

After questions from state elections director, Cochise officials say not all ballots will be counted by hand

The board voted 2-1 on Monday for a hand count audit of all election precincts in Cochise County.

Arizona GOP leader asks high court to halt record turnover

A lower court ruled Kelli Ward had to turn over her phone records to the January 6th Committee.

Arizona elections office wants rural board's vote count plan

Confusion over what the Cochise County Board of Supervisors did at an hourslong meeting on Monday persisted Tuesday.

Three vie to be Sierra Vista's next mayor

The race could make history in the Cochise County city.

Cochise County officials approve hand count of ballots

Election officials warn the method is unreliable and not allowed under law.

Arizona sheriff steps up security around ballot drop boxes

Drop boxes have become a hotbed for conspiracy theories alleging without evidence that people illegally collected and deposited ballots in them.

Arizona governor puts more containers along Mexican border

The move comes days after Ducey sues to put up the containers.

Fact Check Arizona: Ep. 4 Abortion and statewide races

Abortion misconceptions and changing stances are frequent in Arizona campaigns

Can candidates for governor rally their parties in Arizona’s midterm?

Shoring up support from party supporters may be crucial for both Lake and Democratic gubernatorial nominee Katie Hobbs in what could be a close election.

Arizona sues US over containers along border with Mexico

The lawsuit filed in federal court in Arizona asks that the state be allowed to take unilateral action it believes necessary to protect its residents.

The Buzz: How the online world has changed campaign finance

A look at how the internet has changed how money comes into and flows out of politics.

Pinal officials pledge better election this time

The August primary was beset by problems in the rural county.

Arizona refuses US demand to remove containers along border

The federal government told Arizona officials in a letter last week that the containers were unauthorized and violated U.S. law.

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