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PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona attorney general has ruled that Republican Gov. Doug Ducey did not violate state law when he encouraged small business owners to vote no on a ballot measure calling for a tax surcharge on high-earners to boost education funding.

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PHOENIX (AP) — Republicans who control the Arizona Senate fell one vote short on Monday of holding the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors in contempt for failing to turn over voting machines and ballots from the November election that lawmakers want to examine as they continue to question …

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PHOENIX — The game of political chicken between the Arizona Senate and Maricopa County supervisors comes to a head Monday as lawmakers weigh holding board members in contempt, opening the door for the apparently unprecedented possibility of county officials being charged with a crime or even…

PHOENIX — Unhappy with what Maricopa County has proposed, state senators are going ahead with their own audit of the general election, a move that could lead to a new court fight and even potentially a contempt vote.

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PHOENIX — A second-term Republican lawmaker wants to allow the Arizona Legislature to overturn the results of a presidential election, even after the count was formally certified by the governor and secretary of state — and even after Congress counted the state’s electors.

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PHOENIX — In the wake of protests over the election results in Arizona, Republicans on a Senate panel approved two changes in election laws Thursday designed to audit more votes and require automatic recounts in more situations.

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PHOENIX — A plan by a Peoria lawmaker to curb what he says is an opportunity for election fraud could end up throwing roadblocks in the path of some who want to cast a ballot.

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As Washington continued to reel from Wednesday’s deadly assault on the Capitol by pro-Trump supporters, U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick is supporting every effort to hold the president accountable.

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PHOENIX — Arizona finally got its 11 electoral votes for Joe Biden counted late Wednesday after Congress reconvened — and after a majority of federal lawmakers rejected claims on how the tally here was unreliable.

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PHOENIX — The attorney for Maricopa County is accusing state senators of demanding access to voting equipment and records to turn them over to an attorney for President Trump.

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PHOENIX — Republican state senators are going on the legal offensive in their bid to get access to Maricopa County voting equipment and materials — and do so ahead of the date Congress is set to ratify awarding Arizona’s electoral votes going to Joe Biden.

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PHOENIX — Political candidates and their supporters unhappy with the results of an election would get a chance to try to overturn the results under the terms of legislation to be considered this coming year by the state Senate.

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PHOENIX — Arizona’s 11 Democrat electors cast their votes Monday for Joe Biden even as the chairman of a Senate panel said he will issue subpoenas to check the accuracy of hardware and software that gave the Democrat the edge over President Trump.

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PHOENIX — A Senate panel will hold hearings on what happened with the just-completed election with an eye on answering questions of whether it was conducted fairly and legally.

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PHOENIX — The state's high court late Tuesday threw out a bid by the head of the state Republican Party to void the results of the presidential race.

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PHOENIX — Challengers to Joe Biden’s victory in Arizona will get documents they contend will cast enough doubt about the election results, void the just certified official tally and give the state’s 11 electoral votes to President Trump.