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Early Voting for November Election Begins

Close to 300K ballots were mailed in Pima County yesterday; three stands now open.

Judge: Appellate Gay Marriage Decision Can Affect AZ Ban

Tuesday ruling said same-sex union prohibition in 2 states was unconstitutional; 2 state challenges still pending.

2nd Congressional District Seat May Be Up to Convincing Independents

Rematch between Democrat Barber, Republican McSally could come down to who is seen as more politically moderate.

Navajo Chief Hearing Officer Rules Against Presidential Candidate

Chris Deschene says he will appeal to tribe's Supreme Court; issues emerged over his ability to speak language fluently or not.

Another Navajo Nation Delegate Resigns Over Bribery Charges

Ex-speaker Johnny Naize stepped down last month after also pleading guilty.

Recent Federal Decisions on Gay Marriage Could Affect AZ's Ban

US Supreme Court, Appeals Court rulings favoring unconstitutionality may foreshadow future of same-sex marriage in Arizona.

Congressman Grijalva Visits Mexican Immigrant in Sanctuary

Says he is planning a meeting with woman's children, DHS secretary to stop deportation.

Series of Town Hall Meetings Around State on Ballot Propositions

Questions deal with legislative pay, state sovereignty, use of experimental drugs on terminally ill.

Next Governor Could Come Down to Votes for Third-Party Candidate

Support for Libertarian Hess may make a difference in close race between Republican Ducey, Democrat DuVal.

Groups Make Last Push to Register Latino Voters

Mi Familia Vota will be out in full force this weekend making sure Hispanic community engages.

METRO WEEK: CD1's Kirkpatrick, Tobin Differ on Funding Priorities

Immigration, state, federal budget, party allegiance among differences in Northern Tucson-metro district.

Border Agent Seen Punching Migrant Teen Unpunished for Months

US Attorney's Office declined to prosecute earlier this year; aggravated assault case is now in hands of Santa Cruz County.

Tucson League of Women Voters Cancels Election Forums

Republicans in many of Arizona's races declined invitation

Town Hall Aims to Get More Women to Vote

Friday event part of nationwide tour hosted by Main Street Advocacy.

New State Training, Website Aims to Combat Human Trafficking

Brewer says tools hope to encourage residents be voice against crime; starting next Jan., cops, others are required to study up on issue.

US Supreme Court Takes AZ Congressional Districting

GOP lawmakers say Independent Redistricting Commission usurps legislative authority by handling remapping.

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