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PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey said the just-completed Virginia election provides a roadmap for Republican gubernatorial candidates in Arizona and elsewhere who hope to get elected next … more
Peoria staff has begun working to get a bond package on the 2022 general election ballot. more
PHOENIX — The Court of Appeals has shot down the latest bid by Cyber Ninjas to keep secret the records it has related to the audit of the 2020 election. In an eight-page ruling Tuesday, the … more
Frank Eager, a Sunrise Mountain High School teacher of more than two decades, knows growth in the Valley all too well. more
On Tuesday Nov. 2, Queen Creek Unified School District residents voted not to approve a $286 million bond proposal. The no vote came in at 59% against the measure. After the election, QCUSD … more
Thirty years of continuous budget overrides in two West Valley school districts came to an abrupt end Nov. 2 when residents voted down override measures that provide Agua Fria Union High School … more

Last night, residents of Queen Creek voted down a $286 million bond proposal for the Queen Creek Unified School District. The no vote came in at 59%. The bond would not have increased property … more
West Valley voters have opted to end school district budget overrides that have been in place for nearly three decades, meaning two area school districts will lose funding of close to $10 million … more
Surprise voters overwhelmingly approved an extension of a franchise for EPCOR Water Arizona Inc., during the Nov. 2 election. more
Scottsdale’s general plan 2035 has been approved by voters, unofficial results show, earning 54% of the ballots cast. Unofficial results posted by the Maricopa County Recorder's Office … more
Tuesday is election day, and while it may not be as exciting as last year’s presidential election, there are still some very important local issues on the ballot for West Valley school … more
PHOENIX — An attorney seeking public records related to the audit is suggesting to a judge that he subpoena — and possibly jail — Senate President Karen Fann for failing to produce … more
With little money left from a voter approved 2012 bond, the Peoria Unified School District will start looking at forming an advisory committee to research the possibility of putting a bond on the 2022 ballot. more

Sun City Home Owners Association members will pick a slate of nearly half the board of directors for the agency. more
The city of Surprise has released its official call for its City Council elections next year. more
PHOENIX — The attorney for the Senate is asking a judge to delay any move to force lawmakers to immediately surrender some audit documents. In new court filings, Thomas Basile told Maricopa … more
Two West Valley school districts are asking voters this November to continue their 15% maintenance and operations budget overrides, which provides millions every year in funding.  Both … more
PHOENIX — A judge late Thursday rejected broad claims by the Senate that it need not disclose various documents related to its audit of the 2020 election. In a sometimes strongly worded … more
PHOENIX — Tuesday, a judge rejected a Senate claim that some of its records about the audit are not public. In a 13-page order, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge John Hannah said he would … more
Ballots have been mailed out to voters in Surprise for the EPCOR franchise extension vote. more

Starting Monday, Oct. 11, the city of Peoria will be hosting open houses, encouraging residents to participate in the redistricting process by drawing district maps. As required by federal law, … more
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