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Democrats Hold Pima Board of Supervisors Control, 3-2

In key race, Bronson beats DeMarco to stay with Elías, Valadez.

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.

Does FBI Probe Affect Presidential Race in Arizona?

Plus, the push for Latino, Native American votes; and two asteroids pass by Earth.

Three Early Voting Sites Open in Tucson Saturday and Monday

It's too late to mail in ballots - but you can drop them off at early polling places or on Election Day.

Want to Vote Tuesday But Have to Work? You Can, With Pay

Arizona law let’s you have time off to cast a ballot, with some stipulations.

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.

Congress: McSally Wins in 2nd District, O'Halleran Takes 1st

Grijalva unopposed for eighth term; Republicans lead congressional delegation 5-4.

VP Candidate Tim Kaine Makes Last Pitch for Arizona

The Democratic vice presidential nominee visits Tucson and Phoenix.

Hillary Clinton Rally Draws 10,000 Supporters in Tempe

Democrat's second appearance in Arizona for the campaign, which wraps up next week.

Republican VP Candidate Mike Pence Pushes Trump In Mesa

Indiana governor talks security, jobs, Supreme Court on his fourth visit to the state.

New Commander Named for Tucson's 162nd Fighter Wing

Andrew MacDonald will be responsible for 1,600 airmen and 74 fighter planes.

Buy-Back Program Helps Tribes Consolidate 1.7 Million Acres

Effort aims to consolidate fractionated lands and restore tribal sovereignty.

Health Care Market Opens; Two Carriers in Pima County

Officials are reaching out to raise awareness of coverage options, financial assistance.

Tucson Program Will Give Day Jobs to Homeless People

The program, modeled after one in New Mexico, will pay more than minimum wage.

1.1 Million Arizonans Have Voted Early, Sent in Their Ballots

30.6% of state's registered voters accounted for in totals released Monday.

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