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State Presidential Primary in One Week; Voting Under Way

Democrats, Republicans, Greens can cast ballots to decide delegate allocations.

Voter Fraud Using Names of Dead People Target of Bill

Legislation would require matching death certificates with voting rolls.

Latino Advocacy Groups Unite to Strengthen Voter Turnout

'Emerging Voices: The Latino Vote' Part 2: 40 organizations tell parties, 'Enough!'

Latino Population Grows; Voting Lags in Arizona, Across Nation

Can growth be translated into political influence for nation's largest minority?

Author: Right to Vote Still One of the Most Contested

Ari Berman will discuss 'Give Us the Ballot' at Tucson Festival of Books.

Presidential Preference Primary Under Way in Arizona

Arizona Week looks at how political newcomers are changing the political dynamic.

Finding the Soul of an Octopus; and Who Killed Vincent Van Gogh?

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Looking ahead to the Arizona legislative session's second half; The Department of Child Safety deals with backlog of cases.

Trump Moves US Backward to Racism, Mexicans Say

Reaction in Mexico City strong to Republican presidential frontrunner's success.

Mayor: Tucson Needs Tax Increase to Provide Services

Rothschild says more revenue needed to erase city's $25M deficit for new fiscal year.

A Night in a Tucson Homeless Shelter

About 100 people call Salvation Army Hospitality House home any given night.

McCain: Wait for New President to Replace Scalia

Arizona senator sides with fellow Republicans, drawing opponent's criticism.

Carroll's Exit Marks Start of Pima County Campaigns

All five Pima County supervisors' seats are up for election, three have challenges

Report: Revenue from State Land Sales, Leases Increases

Arizona voters will decide in May whether to increase payout to schools

Voter Registration Numbers Decline in State, Pima County

Independents gain as largest voting bloc; Republicans next, Dems lag.

Sunnyside School Trustee Hernandez Seeks House Seat

Former intern credited with helping save Giffords after shooting will run in District 2

State Surplus Continues Rising; Business Tax Breaks Slow Pace

$210M above budget at midpoint of fiscal year; corporate tax breaks reduce revenues.

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