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Here's how much money candidates for governor have raised and spent so far

Leading candidates spent more than $5 million before 2022 even began.

Gov. Ducey proposes $14.25 billion state budget

Plan calls for earned income tax credit and socking an additional $425 million in the state's rain day fund.

Pima County attorney closes investigation of 151 voters who cast multiple ballots

Investigation revealed ‘genuine confusion,’ not ‘conspiratorial acts,’ county attorney says.

Sen. Sinema dashes Democrats' hope to change the filibuster

Sinema said she supports the voting rights bills under consideration but added she is unwilling to change her position on the filibuster for them to pass.

Governor delivers state of the state address

Pledges tax cuts, $1 billion for water, and summer program to help students catch up on learning.

Ducey says water, education, border are key themes of final state of the state address

Legislature convenes today facing a pandemic, drought and looming cuts to public schools.

Legislative leaders on the 2022 session

The Buzz examines how water, education, the budget and more could define the session.

Cyber Ninjas faces fine over Arizona election review records

A judge says he will fine the contractor $50,000 a day if the firm doesn’t turn over public records from the unprecedented inquiry.

Deadline expires for Arizona to update election procedures manual

AG, SOS could not agree on changes in time for 2022 election.

Republican lawmakers eye tax cut changes to avoid referendum

Lawmakers are getting ready for their annual session which begins next week.

Trump schedules Jan. 15 rally in Arizona

The former president was last in Arizona in July.

New congressional, legislative districts approved

The new congressional district boundaries create three seats that lean Democratic, four seats that lean Republican and two that are more narrowly divided between the parties.

Redistricting commission eyes changes for Bisbee's legislative district

Draft changes would move the town into a Democratic-leaning district but split Santa Cruz County.

Bill to extend deadline for tribal use of CARES Act funds has passed the House

The date proposed in the bill moves the deadline to use CARES Act funds from the end of 2021 to December 2022.

Appeals court sides with GOP in Arizona voting rules case

A federal appeals court says Arizona doesn’t have to give voters who forget to sign their mail ballot time after the election to resolve the issue.

Pima County supervisors appoint Mathis, Abraham for legislative seats

The Democrats will vacancies representing Tucson.

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