Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett has just announced that as of late this afternoon, "an estimated 602,334 early and provisional ballots statewide" have not been counted. "State law gives the counties 10 calendar days to verify and process the remaining early and provisional ballots," the rele ... More >>
The former "face" of Silent Witness, Sergeant Paul Penzone, is considering a run for sheriff.There could be a new horse in the race to become the next sheriff of Maricopa County -- retired Phoenix Sergeant/Nancy Grace suck-up Paul Penzone has filed paperwork with the Maricopa County Recorder's Of ... More >>
themoderatevoice.comGet registered.If you're planning to cast a ballot in Phoenix's August 30 election and haven't yet registered to vote, get signed up now because time is running out.August 1 is the last day to register.Phoenix voters will choose a Mayor, and those living in council Districts 1 ... More >>
Mark my words, Pearce is going down...Russell Pearce, have a heapin' helping of freshly baked humble pie.Citizens for a Better Arizona, the group spearheading the effort to recall the powerful state Senate President, made history today, turning in 18,315 signatures to the Arizona Secretary of State' ... More >>
Radio host Carlos Galindo recently paid a visit to the convenience store/restaurant Minute Liquor/Dora's Kitchen on 16th Street in south Phoenix to talk to the owner, who happens to be GOP CorpCom candidate Barry Wong's tenant.Though the man is not identified, there is a financing statement for the ... More >>
Mesa Mayor Scott Smith owes $16,224 in a federal taxes, according to a lien filed with the Maricopa County Recorder's Office. We asked Mesa spokesman Steve Wright about this -- here's his reply: That issue was resolved. The IRS has been petitioned to withdraw the lien.
Remember the hubbub in 2007 when Sheriff Joe Arpaio's bad boys tossed our owners, Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin, into jail for having written about the agency's Banana Republic-like "investigation" into us for publishing the old guy's home address on the Internet? Now, seems Joe's th ... More >>
Again, a judge bends over and allows Sheriff Joe Arpaio to sneer at Arizona's public records law
Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox got the bargain of the century. Why?
Arpaio haters, perceived and otherwise, beware! Looks like Joe's up to his old tricks
Sheriff Arpaio uses police powers to shamefully punish enemies, protect pals and finance his campaign
Letters from the week of October 28, 2004
Voters have the best chance ever of kicking Outlaw Joe to the curb on September 7.
Trent Franks is no fiscal conservative. And he's the worst kind of Christian.
Arpaio's invested $690,000 in cash in two commercial properties since 1995. Some other investment records are sealed.
The family of a murdered society matron says she took up with the wrong man
Now in its first cycle, Arizona's new Clean Elections law is putting bureaucrats and candidates through the wringer
Scottsdale's Greg Crane calls himself an entrepreneur. Prosecutors in three states call him a grifter. But he's such a young man.
A resident of the exclusive community claims indigence, is awarded taxpayer-funded defender