Of some of the more controversial ideas tossed around the Arizona Legislature, the "birther" bill is the most popular to voters, according to a poll.The Morrison Institute for Public Policy quizzed Arizona voters on five of the more controversial bills brought up by the right-hand side of the Legisl ... More >>
If you trust public-opinion polling, then Arizonans aren't the hard-asses about illegal immigration that they're portrayed to be.According to a new poll from the Merrill/Morrison Institute -- which found earlier in the week that the race between President Obama and eventual GOP nominee Mitt Romney i ... More >>
Thinking President Obama's reelection bid could include a victory in Arizona is apparently not a romantic left-wing fantasy, a new poll suggests.Sure there's some time left between April and November, and its only 488 registered Arizona voters, but a contest between President Obama and GOP nominee-i ... More >>
www.thepeoplescube.comAs if the ouster of former Senator Russell Pearce wasn't enough of a signal to border-hawk Arizona politicos that it's time to perhaps reassess their positions on immigration, a poll released yesterday shows that the majority of Arizonans prefer a pathway to citizenship for ... More >>
Russell Pearce -- and his pal, white supremacist J.T. Ready -- apparently are too extreme for Arizona.Soon-to-be-former Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce got the boot from office last night, becoming the only sitting state Senate president to lose in a recall election in the history of the ... More >>
Sheriff Joe, still not as big of a political dog as he thinksEveryone's seen the recent Cronkite/Eight numbers showing that Sheriff Joe Arpaio remains popular in Maricopa County, with a 61 percent approval rating overall, and a 65 percent positive rating of those with an opinion. The same poll showe ... More >>
Okay, Janet, you won. Now what?
Pop quiz. Whos Arizonas other U.S. senator? Heres a clue: He makes Dubya look like a liberal
After looking like political asses in the '90s, Arizona Democrats have the money, moderation and 800-pound gorilla to kick some pachyderm tail
Don't bother, they're here. After a decade of voter-mandated reform, the Arizona Legislature is as out of touch as ever
Undocumented workers constitute the biggest political issue in Arizona. But do we want to send them packing?
ASU journalism prof vows to boycott luncheon honoring Rooney
Thousands of Arizonans smoke marijuana. Get over it.
In '96, Steve Forbes conquered Arizona. In 2000, he's a bit player.
Three men and some babies, or how Phoenix is choosing its next mayor
Gubernatorial candidates have been playing the usual political game. One of them lost a long time ago.
An underfunded Democrat takes on a powerful Republican in a quest for the state's least-sexy elected office
Clinton won, Fife lost, and now state Dems have high hopes for '98. But they're in for a wild-ass ride
Arizona Senator John McCain is ready for a presidential run if the national press corps has anything to say about it
Griffin Merkel was once the GOP's Samson; now he delivers Samsonite
WITH PROPOSITION 300--THE PRIVATE-PROPERTY-RIGHTS MEASURE--ARIZONA ONCE AGAIN BECOMES A BATTLEGROUND FOR A NATIONAL RIGHT-WING CRUSADE
EIGHT-TERM REPRESENTATIVE BOB STUMP STANDS TO BECOME THE SENIOR MEMBER OF THE ARIZONA DELEGATION. SO HOW COME YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF HIM?