A former congresswoman running in Arizona’s 2nd Congressional District has been using Twitter to tout her support from young people, but she has omitted the fact they work on her campaign.
A group opposed to a Tom-Steyer led ballot question in Arizona that would significantly increase the state’s renewable energy portfolio filed a lawsuit on Thursday claiming most of the signatures submitted on behalf of the push aren’t valid.
Former Arizona secretary of state Ken Bennett, who is mounting a challenge to incumbent governor Doug Ducey in the Republican gubernatorial primary this year, has attempted to paint himself as the sole fiscal conservative in the race, despite a record to the contrary.
Arizona governor Doug Ducey (R.) rebuked the “Abolish ICE” policy being floated by the hard left and Democrats in safe seats, saying in a USA Today editorial that the policy, which is becoming a campaign issue for the incumbent, is “reckless, and puts the people of my state and others in direct threat.”
A lawsuit seeking to remove Arizona Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick’s name from the ballot this November could stymie the former congresswoman’s attempt to run for the House again.
A group opposed to a Tom Steyer-funded petition drive that would put a higher renewable mandate question on the Arizona ballot this fall is accusing the group gathering signatures of employing 27 felons in addition to the five already alleged to have been employed earlier in the year and acknowledged by one of the drive’s organizers.
The vocal leader of the Arizona #RedforEd teacher protest has had his political motives questioned by local politicians, and has now made an effort to distance himself from socialist groups on social media.