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PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona county election officials have identified fewer than 200 cases of potential voter fraud out of more than 3 million ballots cast in last year's presidential election, further discrediting former President Donald Trump's claims of a stolen election as his allies continue…

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State Rep. Shawnna Bolick, who sponsored legislation earlier this year that would have allowed the legislature to reject voters’ selection in presidential races, is running to become Arizona’s top elections official. 

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SIERRA VISTA — Current Sierra Vista Mayor Pro Tem Rachel Gray wants to become the city’s next mayor.

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SIERRA VISTA — The four people who survived the cut among the 22 individuals who applied for a spot on the City Council, have been identified and they bring with them varied backgrounds that include the military and the businessworld.

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PHOENIX — Former Attorney General Terry Goddard is making a third — and, he hopes, finally successful — pitch to put a measure on the Arizona ballot to outlaw so-called “dark money.’’

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PHOENIX — Senate President Karen Fann said Friday she may not pursue a controversial door-to-door canvass of some neighborhoods as part of an audit of the 2020 election returns.

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PHOENIX — The state’s top election official is threatening to go to court unless the procedures being used by the Senate in its special ballot audit are changed.

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PHOENIX — A Twitter site being run by the man the Senate has overseeing the audit of the 2020 election is trying to get people to donate to a private operation to finance the audit — a private operation that doesn’t have to disclose its donors.

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PHOENIX — Efforts to strip the ability to vote early from potentially hundreds of thousands of Arizonans stalled Thursday amid a vocal and name-calling spat between two Senate Republicans.

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PHOENIX — Senate President Karen Fann said Friday that Maricopa County officials may be balking at cooperating with an audit of the 2020 election results because they fear what it might turn up.

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PHOENIX — State senators finally have the companies they want to audit the 2020 election returns, but they have yet to figure out where that $150,000 review will be conducted.

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PHOENIX — The Democratic National Committee and its allies are asking a federal appeals court to void a ballot-order system they say gives a built-in — and they contend a recurring — advantage for Republicans.

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PHOENIX — Raising the specter of Mark Zuckerberg influencing who holds office in Arizona, Republican lawmakers moved Monday to block counties from taking money from any private source to help run future elections.