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Bill Buckmaster interviews the three candidates for Arizona House District 28, Democrats Bruce Wheeler and Steve Farley, and Republican Ken Smalley.

3-Way Race for 2 Seats in AZ House in LD 28

Democratic Representative Steve Farley, the House minority policy leader, and former Tucson City Council member Bruce Wheeler face Republican Ken Smalley.

Bill Buckmaster interviews Republican Al Melvin and Democrat Cheryl Cage, the two candidates for Arizona Senate District 26.

Key Senate Match-Up In LD 26

Republican incumbent Senator Al Melvin is facing a rematch from Democratic challenger Cheryl Cage in Legislative District 26.

Teachers' Voices with Ben Korn and Jeff Ell

Hear about the Tucson Young Professionals, a group that's seeking out ways to retain Arizona's college graduates and spur new business.

Tucson Police Chief Robert Villaseñor discusses the latest crime rates and the possible effects of the proposed half-cent sales tax increase for the Tucson Police Department.

Tucson's Violent Year

The number of homicides in the city of Tucson has soared this year. Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villasenor will discuss the homocide rate and the overall crime rate in the city.

After four difficult years, Arizona's housing market is beginning to show new signs of life.

Seeking Safety North of the Border

Wealthy Mexicans are investing time and money in Arizona, concerned about violence in their country.

Bill Buckmaster interviews the four candidates for Arizona Senate District 28.

4-Way Battle For Senate In District 28

Four candidates vie for the Senate seat in Arizona Legislative District 28: Democratic Sen. Paul Aboud, Republican Greg Krino and Independents Ted Downing and Dave Ewoldt.

Face-Off September 20, 2010

The Face-Off

Commentators Bruce Ash and Paul Eckerstrom talk about the hotly contested political races this fall in Southern Arizona.

Tucson Mayor Bob Walkup discusses the issues voters will be deciding in November.

Decision Time Coming for the City of Tucson

Tucson Mayor Bob Walkup talks about the two very important decisions voters will be deciding on in the November elections.

Vote Button

Proposition 401

Tucson voters next Tuesday will get a chance to decide whether to modify the city’s 1929 charter.

Kimberly Craft discuses the closure of neighborhood schools in TUSD.

School Closures

Budget deficits and population shifts are taking toll on schools in Tucson

Bill Buckmaster interviews the candidates for the Arizona House of Representatives in District 30

LD 30 Showdown

Three candidates, Republicans David Gowan and Ted Vogt are challenged by Democrat Andrea Dalessandro for two seats in the Arizona House of Representatives from District 30.

Arizona State Treasurer candidates

Battle for the State's Top Money Man

Democrat Andrei Cherny and Republican Doug Ducey face-off in their battle to become Arizona State Treasurer.

Capitol building in Phoenix

Gubernatorial Candidates

Jan Brewer and Terry Goddard both sit down with AZPM

Roundtable Panel

Latest on the Polls

The Friday Roundtable updates the latest polling on the major races in Arizona including Congressional District 8 and the governor's race.

Jack Camper

The Chamber's Top Man

Jack Camper, head of the Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce talks about charter changes, tax increases and Rosemont Mine.

UA AD Greg Byrne

UA's Greg Byrne: Man on the Go!

In the 4 months on the job as the new University of Arizona Athletic Director Greg Byrne seems to on the go 24/7 as he oversees UA Athletics.

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