Both the Republican Governors Association and the Democratic Governors Association are now paying for ads to try to swing the Arizona governor’s race, though both organizations’ ads trash their party’s opponent rather than propping up their own candidate.
Maricopa County wants a federal judge to sanction Rep. Mark Finchem, R-Oro Valley, GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and their lawyers in a case that Lake and Finchem filed in April seeking to block the use of electronic vote-counting machines in Arizona elections.
With the primary election in the rearview mirror, candidates and potential boosters are beginning to show the positions they’ll stake out heading into November. On the Republican ticket, some prominent statewide candidates appear to be taking different tacks in the first full week of the general election campaign.
The Trump faction of the Republican Party appeared poised for a string of wins in Arizona’s GOP primary races as initial results rolled in on Tuesday, but the top Trump-endorsed candidate for state office was losing.
Gov. Doug Ducey has a word of advice for people who believe Arizona elections lack integrity. You’re being lied to and deceived.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Karrin Taylor Robson is catching flack and will have to write a few more checks following questions about her use of private and state-owned planes on the campaign trail.
Thousands of Arizonans donated $1.51 million to the Save America PAC, after a flurry of emails from then-President Trump’s campaign begging supporters to help challenge Democrats’ plans “to count ILLEGAL ballots.”
Gov. Doug Ducey has already helped block one of former President Trump’s allies from winning the Republican nomination for governor in a crucial battleground state. Now he’s hoping for a repeat in his own backyard.
Former congressman Matt Salmon is out of the race for the governor’s office, leaving onetime Fox 10 anchor Kari Lake and prominent developer Karrin Taylor Robson to fight for the GOP nomination in primary elections set for Aug. 2.
Longtime Phoenix drag queen Richard Stevens, who performs as Barbra Seville, is dragging his former friend and Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake for being a “complete hypocrite.”