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Pima County Public Safety: County Attorney, Sheriff Races

LaWall seeks sixth term as county attorney against Green Party's Tuell.

Campaign Calls on Tucson Drivers to Watch the Road

Arizona remains one of two states in the US where driving and texting is legal.

Arizona Presidential Race in Dead Heat: Post-Debate Poll

Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton tied at 42% among likely voters; 9% still undecided.

District 4 Candidates: Pima Supervisors Lack Leadership

Republican Christy wants more proactive board; Green's Reilly wants to end cronyism.

Pima County Attorney Race Foes Mostly Agree on Issues

Lowering crime, cyclist and pedestrian safety, and outside duties of the office are topics of debate.

Are Young Voters Engaged? UA Students Mixed on VP Debate

The enigmatic voting bloc could have a big impact on the election, if they turn out.

Administrator's Salary Focus in Pima District 5 Supervisor Race

Incumbent Elias: High salary warranted; challenger Bastidas: Spend money elsewhere.

Pima County Breaks Ground on $22 Million Animal Care Center

The facility will be double the size of the existing shelter, with completion in 2018.

Dem Seeks Pima Supervisor's Seat in Republican Stronghold

Incumbent Republican Ally Miller wants second supervisorial term in District 1.

Secretary of State: Voter Registration Deadline Stays

Arizona Democrats asked that the day be changed as it falls on a federal holiday.

Almost 1,000 Turn up to Resolve Pima County Arrest Warrants

Success of second warrant-resolution day leads county to plan three more.

Are Presidential Candidates' Economic Plans Viable?

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

General Plan to Go Before Voters in Changing Oro Valley

Plan reflects need for new amenities and more family friendliness, official says.

Candidates Disagree on County Administrator's Salary

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

Pima County Supe Race Could Have Outsize Effect on Board

District 3 candidates point to property taxes and spending as key issues.

68,000 New Election Pamphlets On Their Way Due to Printer Mix-Up

Contractor took responsibility for error, secretary of state's office said.

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