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Plan for Tucson road repairs under $100 million bond issue.

Road Bonds to Fund Tucson Repairs

Voter-approved increase in property taxes to pay for work that starts in fall

Republican Martha McSally concedes the Congressional District two race to Democrat Ron Barber, Nov. 17. 2012.

McSally Hails Women in Combat Ruling

Long overdue, retired Air Force fighter pilot says

Pima County IDs Early Voting Problems

Recorders from several counties work to prevent issues in future elections

A ballot is inserted into a voting machine Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010, in Girdwood, Alaska.

Pima County's Vote Tally Complete

Final 566 ballots counted Monday; certification in 1 week

3/29/12

Voters OK $100M for Tucson Street Work

Prop. 409 approved by 953 votes, allowing city to borrow

Ron Barber's victory speech during the primaries on August 28, 2012.

Barber Wins CD 2 Race

McSally concedes; Barber says he wants to hear from all constituents

Congressman Ron Barber speaks about his time in office so far.

Barber Builds CD 2 Margin Over McSally

He leads by 923 votes in latest tally; more ballots being counted

A ballot is inserted into a voting machine Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010, in Girdwood, Alaska.

Ballot Counting Continues Across Arizona

324,000+ to go by Friday deadline; some races hang in balance

Political Roundtable: Friday, Nov. 9, 2012

Host Jim Nintzel leads a lively discussion of Election Day and its aftermath

Your Vote 2012 AZPM Election Coverage

Hear From Winners, Losers in Election 2012

AZPM special report highlights voices of election night

Political Parties Push Through Election's Final Efforts

As Election Day looms, local Democratic and Republican Party leaders intensify their work to encourage voter participation

Fernanda Echavarri discuses the TUSD election results.

1 TUSD Incumbent, 2 Newcomers Claim Seats

12-person race pushes 2 incumbents off school board

CD 1: The Flavor of Arizona

New district larger, more diverse than several states

"Political Sign Season" in southern Arizona and its impact on local sign companies.

Signs of the Times: No Extra Cash

Most politicians buy their signs from out-of-town businesses

You've heard that many newspapers across the country are struggling but some of the smaller ones are actually doing well, according to their publishers. We speak to one local administrator as well as one the advertisers in one of the papers.

Political Endorsements Explained

How do newspapers choose the candidates they endorse?

Win, Lose or Draw

Cartoon Humor in Campaigns

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