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Arizona, a traditionally red state, could be in play this election for the first time in decades. Hoping to boost voter turnout, a group called One Arizona focused on helping eligible Latinos register to vote, signing up 150,000 voters this election ...
The question of who should use which bathroom has permeated state legislatures, courtrooms, classrooms and political campaigns this year.
"I think that says a lot about where we are moving," said political scientist Larry Gerston, professor emeritus at California State University, San Jose.
Polls show Arizona, a state that has voted Democrat only once in a presidential election since 1952, has become competitive.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton listens as vice presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va. speaks during a campaign event at the Taylor Allderdice high school, Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Madrid (AP) - Spain's socialist party voted Sunday to stop blocking the conservative Popular Party from forming a minority government, setting the stage to end the country's nearly 10-month political impasse. Members of the socialists' federal ...
Joke of the Day: Evan McMullin has pulled into a three-way with Clinton and Trump in Utah. That's the only time you'll ever hear the terms "Utah," and "three-way" in the same sentence.
The Clinton campaign is going all-in for a state it doesn't even need to win. On Monday, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager announced that her campaign would spend $2 million on ads and direct mail in Arizona. Perhaps more important, the campaign is ...
This comes the same week as the final presidential debate in Las Vegas and new polls showing Arizona could vote for a Democrat for president for the first time in 20 years.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is pushing new money and top surrogates into Arizona in an effort to win the reliably red state, but Republicans are confident that Donald Trump's struggles there won't sink incumbent GOP Sen. John McCain's re-election.
PHOENIX - Hillary Clinton has grown so confident, she is working to expand her goals beyond merely defeating Donald Trump and is now trying to flip Arizona and other traditionally Republican states to generate a broader Democratic victory in November.
First lady Michelle Obama, whose last major campaign appearance for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was an emotional speech on Donald Trump's comments about women, returns to the campaign trail Thursday at a rally in Phoenix, Arizona. Obama is ...
Arizona, which went solidly Republican in the last four presidential elections is now viewed as a toss-up. The state's senior senator and former GOP standard bearer, John McCain, has spent more than a year in a name-calling feud with Donald Trump.
"Clinton's hope hinges on two things happening that have never happened in Arizona: Turning out both the Latino and millennial vote in record numbers," said Emily Ryan, an Arizona GOP political consultant and lobbyist with Copper State Consulting Group.

Hillary Clinton is hanging on to a small but widening lead over Donald Trump in what remains an up-for-grabs race for Arizona's 11 electoral votes, according to a new Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News poll released Wednesday. Clinton, the ...
Hillary Clinton's campaign announced Monday that it is increasing its TV ad buy and mail advertising in Arizona, a traditionally red state, by $2 million.
'The Seeds of Trump's Defeat': Donald Trump rose to political prominence with a racially charged campaign that resonated with frustrated white voters.
WASHINGTON --Hillary Clinton is pumping money into ads aimed at Texans and stepping up her investment in Arizona - unusual moves that reflect a chance to take advantage of disarray among Republicans.
Pew estimates Hispanics make up 22 percent of current eligible voters in Arizona. The Democrats' optimism got another shot in the arm Monday with release of a poll by the political consulting firm of Highground. It found Clinton the choice of 38.5 ...
Three weeks until election Day, the Trump campaign and the RNC are at risk of letting historically red Arizona slip away. "I think he's going to lose Arizona," said Matthew Benson, a Republican state operative and former senior aide to Gov. Jan Brewer.
The Arizona presidential poll was done after the disclosure of Trump's lewd comments about women and after the second presidential debate.
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PHOENIX - Hillary Clinton has grown so confident, she is working to expand her goals beyond merely defeating Donald Trump and is now trying to flip Arizona and other traditionally Republican states to generate a broader Democratic victory in November.
PHOENIX - First Lady Michelle Obama campaigned Thursday as the Hillary Clinton closer in Arizona, speaking of the power of hope to build human connections, show empathy for the strength of inclusiveness and acknowledge the hard work of Americans ...
The Clinton campaign is going all-in for a state it doesn't even need to win. On Monday, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager announced that her campaign would spend $2 million on ads and direct mail in Arizona. Perhaps more important, the campaign is ...
Three high-profile Democrats visited Arizona this week to campaign for Hillary Clinton. Her campaign has also put more money into the state.
PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona's most populous county has agreed to implement a plan to avoid polling place wait times to settle a lawsuit a civil rights group filed after thousands of people waited for hours to vote in the March presidential primary.
Several big names and business leaders made campaign donations to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump this election, while others spent their money with others.
One reason for Mormons' outsized political influence in Arizona and the West is that church members can be relied upon to vote, turning out in consistently high numbers.
Michelle Obama said Donald Trump is a threat to American democracy while delivering an impassioned speech Thursday in Arizona, a red state where she is campaigning for Hillary Clinton. The First Lady told a crowd of Clinton supporters in Phoenix that ...
Despite a barrage of TV ads warning Arizona voters of the potential consequences of legalizing marijuana, about half of those surveyed in a new poll support creation of a system to tax and regulate sales of the drug.
The Arizona Republic collaborated with Arizona State University's Morrison Institute for Public Policy and Cronkite News at ASU's Walter Cronkite school of Journalism and Mass Communication for this poll, jointly selecting topics and developing the ...
"Clinton's hope hinges on two things happening that have never happened in Arizona: Turning out both the Latino and millennial vote in record numbers," said Emily Ryan, an Arizona GOP political consultant and lobbyist with Copper State Consulting Group.
And for all the talk of Clinton's team trying to expand the map into places like Georgia, Missouri and Indiana, the one Republican-leaning state that does seem to have shifted full force into the toss-up battleground category is Arizona. It will likely ...
Arizona, which went solidly Republican in the last four presidential elections is now viewed as a toss-up. The state's senior senator and former GOP standard bearer, John McCain, has spent more than a year in a name-calling feud with Donald Trump.
"Clinton's hope hinges on two things happening that have never happened in Arizona: Turning out both the Latino and millennial vote in record numbers," said Emily Ryan, an Arizona GOP political consultant and lobbyist with Copper State Consulting Group.
Hillary Clinton is hanging on to a small but widening lead over Donald Trump in what remains an up-for-grabs race for Arizona's 11 electoral votes, according to a new Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News poll released Wednesday. Clinton, the ...
Hillary Clinton's campaign announced Monday that it is increasing its TV ad buy and mail advertising in Arizona, a traditionally red state, by $2 million.
The campaign announced Monday morning that first lady Michelle Obama, who's been a forceful Clinton surrogate, is expected to go to Arizona on Thursday. The Clinton campaign is also expanding its television ad buy and direct mail starting this week.
'The Seeds of Trump's Defeat': Donald Trump rose to political prominence with a racially charged campaign that resonated with frustrated white voters.
WASHINGTON --Hillary Clinton is pumping money into ads aimed at Texans and stepping up her investment in Arizona - unusual moves that reflect a chance to take advantage of disarray among Republicans.
Pew estimates Hispanics make up 22 percent of current eligible voters in Arizona. The Democrats' optimism got another shot in the arm Monday with release of a poll by the political consulting firm of Highground. It found Clinton the choice of 38.5 ...
Three weeks until election Day, the Trump campaign and the RNC are at risk of letting historically red Arizona slip away. "I think he's going to lose Arizona," said Matthew Benson, a Republican state operative and former senior aide to Gov. Jan Brewer.
In their blanket stance against the political "establishment," Johnson, Stein and Trump have each unfairly criticized mandatory vaccinations.
The Arizona presidential poll was done after the disclosure of Trump's lewd comments about women and after the second presidential debate.
The Clinton campaign confirmed to The Arizona Republic that Chelsea Clinton, 36, is coming to the state Wednesday, Oct. 19, but said other details are still being worked out.
These shifts are also altering the face of the American political parties in significant ways. The Democratic and Republican parties as we know them are changing - college-educated whites in this election have been moving more toward Democrats, ...


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