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No Pay Raise for AZ Legislators

Move to place $30K salary on ballot fails on 2-2 commission vote

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Open Primary Proposal May Go on Ballot

AZ Constitution would be amended, curbing two-party system

President Barack Obama helped begin the healing process with the people of Tucson, the nation, and the world to honor Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the many others  who were injured or lost in Saturday’s tragic shooting.

UPDATE: Obama, Romney Clash on Immigration

They make competing presentations to influential Latino organization

New U.S. citizens recite Pledge of Allegiance recently in Las Vegas.

Citizenship Applications Rise 15%

Election year phenomenon sees smaller increase than in past

Advocates Push for Latino Political Voice

Coalition of a dozen community groups encourage Latino voters to take part in political process

Election Day: Find Out Where to Vote

Three candidates vying to serve for next seven months

CD8 Republican and Democrat rallies from the last weekend of campaigning.

Final Campaign Weekend: Kelly Calls, Barber Dances

Candidates thank volunteers in final push to Tuesday's Election Day

Arizona congressional districts, approved in 2012.

GOP Lawmakers Sue Redistricting Commission

Action claims panel violates U.S. Constitution in drawing congressional lines

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Congressional Candidates Are Big Spenders

With election a week away, Barber, Kelly pull out financial stops to win votes

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Early ballot returns remain at record pace in Pima County

Kate Kenski Ph.D., a professor in the UA Department of Communication, discusses the effectiveness and content of political ads pertaining to the special CD-8 Election.

Political Analyst Decodes CD8 Ads

Campaign ads are filling the mailbox and the airwaves, but how effective are they?

Congressional District 8 candidates discuss policy issues during a debate sponsored by the Arizona Daily Star. From left: Democrat Ron Barber, Republican Jesse Kelly, Green Charlie Manolakis.

Voters Continue to Return CD8 Ballots at Record Pace

Latest numbers from Pima County Recorder show high return rate for early ballots

CD 8 Voter Breakdown Shows Edge to GOP

400,000 plus voters registered heading into special election

A map of the Arizona Legislative districts, as redrawn by the Arizona Independent redistricting commission in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2012.

Dismissal of Redistricting Lawsuit Sought

Commission files motion against GOP challenge to new map boundaries

AZ Legislature Puts 7 Measures on Nov. 6 Ballot

Voters to decide business tax, natural resources proposals

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Outside Dollars a Gift in CD8 Race

Nearly $1M in Super PAC funding has come in on both sides

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