Entries by ADI Staff Reporter

Ciscomani, Schweikert Lock In Wins

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A Republican Majority in the U.S. House of Representatives is nearly secured [now secured] by two Arizona victories, as Republicans David Schweikert and political newcomer Juan Ciscomani locked up wins in their races, according to vote counts updated on Monday. Schweikert defeated Democrat Jevin Hodge in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District. A six-term congressman, Schweikert is […]

Richer Throws Maricopa County Supervisors Under The Bus, Asks For Contributions To Campaign

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On Tuesday, in the middle of Election Day, Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer threw the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors under the bus for the myriad of problems with election day voting. His message, from his campaign email account, came complete with a “Contribute” button at the bottom. With one in five voting centers experiencing […]

Republican Leaders In AZ Legislature Call For Ward To Allow Audit Of AZGOP Election Or Resign

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Seventeen Republican Legislators from around the state, many of whom are among the chamber’s more conservative members, have written to Arizona Republican Chairman Kelli Ward, insisting that she open up the ballots on her own re-election campaign or drop out of efforts to promote election integrity in Arizona. “We urge you to heed the calls […]

Bolick Introduces Bill Aimed At Restoring Checks and Balances In Elections

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HB 2720, introduced by Rep. Shawnna Bolick, is said to be one of the most comprehensive approaches to addressing on-going and emerging election-integrity issues proposed this year. Bolick, whose office received over 30,000 emails, letters, and calls from constituents complaining about Arizona’s current elections process, says she introduced the bill after speaking with experts such […]