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Registering to vote online without traditional addresses, plus codes

The change increases online registration access for rural and tribal voters.

Supervisor questions county ban on employee contributions

Ally Miller says rule is unfair to county workers

As polls show him trailing in Arizona, Trump stops in Phoenix to woo Latino voters

Events aimed at winning over Hispanic voters illustrate expectations that the demographic could make or break the November election.

Reflection on legal protections for those with disabilities during the pandemic

Plus, advocates confront beliefs about people with disabilities, citing changes in work norms.

Pascua Yaqui leaders call on county officials to help reinstate early voting site

No matter who supports their cause, it's the Pima County recorder who decides where early voting locations go.

Former Republican Senator Flake endorses Biden

The former US Senator said, “decency shouldn’t be that hard.”

Getting out the vote ahead of the November election

Arizona is a battleground state this year, and multiple groups are working to register as many voters as possible.

Cold case office for missing and murdered Indigenous peoples opens in Phoenix

The office is one of seven connected to a national MMIP task force called Operation Lady Justice.

Gap in U.S. Senate race narrows

Five points now separate the candidates in Arizona’s U.S. Senate campaign.

Pence Campaigns in Arizona

The Vice President stopped in Tucson to get the endorsement of the Arizona Police Association.

State unsure what to do with president’s unemployment order

How and when the money will be available in Arizona is a question.

Looking back at SB 1070 a decade later

Though the infamous “show me your papers” law was partially struck down, it has left a legacy in Arizona.

Report predicts state homelessness to rise with the unemployment rate

A 16 to 29% increase in the rate of homelessness in Arizona is possible, if the unemployment rate continues to grow

Rep. Grijalva self-isolating after testing positive for COVID-19

The Southern Arizona congressman said he was not experiencing symptoms.

COVID-19 may distance voters from partisan behavior

UA political scientist suggests the pandemic will have a lasting impact on the 2020 election cycle.

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