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Are Presidential Candidates' Economic Plans Viable?

Also, analyses of the first debate, a discussion of the youth vote and more.

Candidates Disagree on County Administrator's Salary

Top county job at issue in supervisor races in Districts 4 and 5.

Paralympian Jen Poist Brings Home the Gold!

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Counting the youth vote; RinCon 16 invites Arizonans to get their game on; and how a school garden has transformed a west-side Tucson elementary school on “Feeding Our Future".

Do You Like The Top of the Ticket Enough To Vote?

Coattail voting doesn’t always help down-ballot candidates.

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton

All Eyes South of the Border on US Presidential Debate

Locals, expats in Mexico following closely, though the country didn't get much attention in Monday's debate.

Arizona Voter Registration Drives Going into Home Stretch

The deadline to register for November general election is Oct. 10.

A man works on a housing construction site.

Will Prop 206 Boost or Bust Arizona Job Market?

Proponents say current minimum is unlivable; opponents call 206 a job killer.

Judge: Arizona 'Ballot Harvesting' Law OK

State wins a round in court over a new law against collecting ballots.

Pima Supervisors Election: Board Control at Stake?

Voters could change the political party leadership on the Board of Supervisors.

Tucson City Council Wards Redistricting Hearing Thursday

Public feedback solicited on proposed changes to City Council boundaries.

McSally Challenges Homeland Security on Data Accuracy

She disagrees with agency statistics about proportion of those caught crossing.

City of South Tucson

South Tucson: 2 New Council Members, 2 Returning

The new council will appoint a mayor and vice mayor to office.

What Can Politicians Actually Do To Improve the Economy?

Three experts weigh in on how public policy can improve Arizona's financial well-being.

Could Arizona's Latino Voters Tip the Scale in November?

Also, excerpt of 1989 interview with Gov. Rose Mofford, who died this week.

AZPM provides in-depth local and national coverage of the 2016 elections.

Latino Voters Could Turn Elections, if They Vote

Turnout doesn't match population growth in Arizona; young voters hard to capture.

Former Arizona Gov. Rose Mofford.

Rose Mofford, First Female Governor of Arizona, Dies at 94

Flags to fly at half-staff in remembrance of 'unparalleled role model.'

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