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Arizona lawmakers urge Alejandro Mayorkas to implement border tourism pilot program

Rep. Greg Stanton and a bipartisan group of Arizona members of Congress sent a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas asking...

More Kyrsten Sinema backers defect over her Joe Biden plan objections

Democratic Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema faced more defections Thursday from the broad base of support she built to win her seat in...

Mark Kelly pays tribute to John McCain in 1st Senate speech

Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly of Arizona used his first speech in Congress on Wednesday to pay tribute to John McCain, the late...

Redistricting panel picks Brian Schmitt as executive director

A top staffer for Phoenix City Councilman Jim Waring has been chosen to be the executive director of the commission that will redraw Arizona’s...

Paul Gosar: An open letter to Arizona

As I write this, I am in our nation’s Capital attending to legislative business, but I remain focused on what is happening in our...

Arizona’s Mark Kelly is sworn into Senate, narrowing GOP edge

 Arizona Democrat and former astronaut Mark Kelly was sworn into the Senate on Wednesday, narrowing Republican control of the chamber and underscoring his state’s...

Mark Kelly meets with Doug Ducey as he prepares to take...

Incoming Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly met with Republican Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey Monday as he prepares to take office as soon as next week. The...

Senator-elect Mark Kelly names team, in temporary DC office

Democrat Mark Kelly has been assigned temporary office space in Washington and has named a transition team as he awaits formal swearing-in as a...

Former GOP stronghold of Arizona hands big wins to Democrats

A changing electorate in Arizona handed historic victories to Democrats in the former Republican stronghold, with Joe Biden becoming only the second Democratic presidential...

Donald Trump, Joe Biden fight hard for Arizona’s 11 electoral votes

Arizona’s electoral college votes have been a safe bet for Republicans for most presidential elections over the past seven decades. But not in 2020. As...

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