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PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona is home to over 2,200 assisted living facilities and nearly 150 skilled nursing facilities, whose residents may be locked down or have difficulty casting a ballot as the coronavirus pandemic rages.

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PHOENIX (AP) — A judge in Arizona on Wednesday dismissed a claim filed by the Arizona Democratic Party against Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes, also a Democrat, that sought records for people whose mail ballots were rejected before Election Day.

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PHOENIX — A judge will hear arguments Monday over whether to order an election official in southern Arizona to open an early voting and ballot collection operation for the Nov. 3 election on a Native American reservation on the edge of Tucson that hasn’t had an early voting site since 2016.

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The Friends of the San Pedro River (FSPR), founded in 1987, is a volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation and restoration of the river through advocacy, education, and interpretation. Realizing we are in a time when major changes are occurring in our area, e.g. border…

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PHOENIX (AP) — Public schools in Arizona that have weathered a decade of funding cuts with only partial restoration could see a big infusion of cash if a ballot measure backed by teachers and advocacy groups passes in November, but opponents say Proposition 208 will hurt the economy and only…

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SCOTTSDALE — Arizona Sen. Martha McSally called in one of the Republican Party’s most prominent foreign policy hands Monday to press her case that Democrat Mark Kelly has problematic ties to China.

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PHOENIX (AP) — Joe Biden and his running mate, Kamala Harris, are campaigning together Thursday for the first time since the Democratic National Convention in August, converging in Arizona to lend weight to the state’s newfound battleground status.

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In addition to state and federal races, Cochise County voters in the Nov. 3 general election will decide on two statewide ballot propositions and dozens of local ballot issues and races. Use this guide to explore key races and learn more about what’s on the ballot.

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PHOENIX (AP) — Early voting started Wednesday in Arizona, with counties opening sites for people to cast ballots and county Recorders mailing millions of early ballots to voters signed up to receive them.

PHOENIX — Attorney General Mark Brnovich wants any ballots cast via video screens in next month's election to be set aside — and possibly not counted.

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PHOENIX (AP) — Down in the polls just days before Arizona voters begin casting ballots, Republican Sen. Martha McSally came out swinging against her Democratic challenger in their only face-to-face debate Tuesday, accusing retired astronaut Mark Kelly of obfuscating his true beliefs.