The Arizona Republican Party announced Thursday it will conduct an independent audit of the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office after legal issues and other complaints arose in the days-long count to decide Arizona’s next senator.
PHOENIX, Ariz.—The chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors emailed County Recorder Adrian Fontes on the Monday before Election Day, expressing concern over the emergency voting centers Fontes established, according to the document that was obtained exclusively by the Washington Free Beacon.
PHOENIX, Ariz.—Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes’s (D.) answers to questions about controversial emergency voting centers opened on the Saturday and Monday before Election Day only inspired more criticism from Republicans, who consider the centers workarounds for voting election deadlines set by law.
Arizona Republican Party Chairman Jonathan Lines accused Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes of destroying evidence, in the midst of the ongoing vote count in the razor-thin contest for a U.S. Senate seat between Congresswomen Martha McSally (R.) and Krysten Sinema (D.).
Republican groups in Arizona have filed suit against several of the state’s county recorders and the secretary of state arguing that different standards are being applied to the counting of some mail-in ballots that were dropped off at polling locations.
Colorado voters shot down a proposition that would have imposed significant new setback regulations on future oil and gas drilling in the state, a move many national political watchers thought could have been a bellwether signal regarding tougher environmental regulation for other parts of the nation as well.
The hotly contested Arizona Senate race between Republican Martha McSally and Democrat Kyrsten Sinema will come down to election day turnout, according to a new poll released late Sunday by OH Predictive Insights and ABC 15.
When he was an undergraduate at Wayne State University in Detroit in the mid-1980s, Keith Ellison authored a news article which questioned the motives of a journalist for breaking the news of Jesse Jackson calling Jews “Hymies,” and saying New York City was “Hymietown.”
Rep. Jared Polis, the Democratic nominee for governor of Colorado, suggested that he would support criminal penalties for employers who violate the state’s labor laws.
A D.C.-based watchdog says J Street PAC is “skirting” FEC guidelines for the specific type of PAC it is operating.