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Four Arizona Senate, Six House Races Competitive

Here's a breakdown of matchups in Southern Arizona's seven legislative districts.

Barbara LaWall Secures 6th Term as Pima County Attorney

20-year incumbent won the race by more than 100,000 votes.

Republicans Secure Three Seats on Arizona Corporation Commission

Campaign dominated by issues of solar power and dark money.

Appeals Court: Collecting Early Ballots Not a Crime in Arizona

The ruling blocks an Arizona law; considered a win for Democratic get-out-the-vote efforts.

Early Ballots Stream In Statewide; 765,535 So Far

The numbers put Arizona on pace for a huge turnout in November election.

Latino Turnout in Arizona Could Surge This Election: Poll

The poll suggests more than 80 percent of Latino voters may cast ballots.

Wide Open 1st Congressional District Race Focuses on Border

Paul Babeu and Tom O’Halleran are hoping to replace Ann Kirkpatrick.

1.5 Million Early Ballots Are in the Mail to Arizona Voters

353,000 in Pima County, with more to come; ballot request deadline Oct. 28.

Opposition to Legal Marijuana Holds Narrow Lead, Poll Says

Same survey says voters support Prop. 206, which would raise the minimum wage.

McCain Breaks with Trump; Kirkpatrick Says 'Too Late'

McSally calls comments 'disgusting,' continues silence on whether she will vote for Trump.

Prior Election Looms over Corporation Commission Race

Candidates say 2014 dark-money funding shows need to refocus the commission.

Prop 205: Sharp Divisions over Legalizing Marijuana in Arizona

State could become fifth to legalize it for recreational use; governor leads opposition.

Will Prop 206 Boost or Bust Arizona Job Market?

Proponents say current minimum is unlivable; opponents call 206 a job killer.

Could Arizona's Latino Voters Tip the Scale in November?

Also, excerpt of 1989 interview with Gov. Rose Mofford, who died this week.

Arizona Spanish Language Media Unite to Register Voters

The aim is to register 100,000 new Latino voters in Arizona.

State Elections Website Crash Likened to 'Tollbooth' Delay

And Pima County returned to remaining 20,000 ballots, says counting going smoothly.

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