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RNC Pumping Resources Into Arizona Midterm Election

A discussion with members of the Republican National Committee about their strategy for the state.

Arizona 360 Interviews Gubernatorial Candidate David Garcia

The Democrat is a professor at Arizona State University.

Poll: McSally Leads Ward, Arpaio in Republican Senate Race

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema holds a slight lead in polling for the general election.

Farley, Garcia Buy Ads in Arizona Gubernatorial Primary

Kelly Fryer, also in the Democratic primary, has not bought ads and instead has released 70 online videos.

Arizona 360 Interviews Gubernatorial Candidate Kelly Fryer

The Democratic candidate is CEO of the YWCA Southern Arizona.

Arizona 360 Interviews Gubernatorial Candidate Ken Bennett

Bennett is challenging incumbent Gov. Doug Ducey in the primary.

UA President Robbins; Student Concerns; Investigating the UA

Plus, Arizona 360 hears from two candidates running for governor.

Candidates for Governor Want Better Education, Differ on How

Education promises to be a top issue this election year.

Suit Seeks to Keep Education Tax Proposal Off Ballot

The lawsuit claims the Invest in Education would effectively raise taxes for all taxpayers; initiative backers call that claim "ridiculous."

Group Aims to Register 9k Hispanic Voters for Midterms

Tucson Coordinator for Mi Familia Vota explains the organization's strategy.

Polls Remain a Crucial Tool in Arizona Election Campaigns

What signs to look for to know if a poll is trustworthy or not.

Voucher Vote Creates Dilemma for School-Choice Supporters

Some supporters of vouchers are questioning whether voter protection of a measure is too limiting.

Liberals in Arizona Debate Forgiving Candidate's Moderation

Some Democrats are frustrated in seeing Kyrsten Sinema as shifting more right when others are taking more aggressively left-leaning stances

Arpaio Calls Off Mexico Visit After Alleged Cartel Threats

A press release said he had a $10,000 price on his head, though Nogales officials said they'd heard of no threat and that the campaign hadn't contacted city government.

November Ballot-Question Arguments Come Early

Arizona voters can get information on the seven ballot questions they face in November

What Sonora's Support For Mexico's President-Elect Means for Arizona

A discussion with KJZZ Hermosillo bureau reporter Murphy Woodhouse about political changes south of Arizona.

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