A campaign to recall Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is underway, with the penning of the first of the 335,000 signatures needed for an election to take place in November.
William James Fisher, a local attorney, is the chairman of Respect Arizona, a political action committee formed to oust the ... More >>
Dennis Gilman's video of Ryan's press conference yesterdayAttorney Tom Ryan was in rare form Thursday afternoon as he faced the media with his client, Mary Lou Boettcher, the plaintiff in the lawsuit against sham candidate Olivia Cortes, and his co-counsel H. Micheal Wright. The scene was Mesa's Wri ... More >>
Despite an 11th hour motion asking for a delay in a ruling in the lawsuit aimed at sham recall candidate Olivia Cortes, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Edward Burke denied the plaintiff's application for a temporary restraining order, leaving Cortes on the November 8 ballot in Legislative Distr ... More >>
Olivia Cortes, the so-called "sham" recall candidate supported by backers of state Senate President Russell Pearce, will appear in Maricopa County Superior Court tomorrow before Judge Edward Burke in a hearing to determine whether she will remain on the November 8 ballot in Legislative District 18.B ... More >>
oliviacortes.comWill Lisa Hauser end up defending Olivia Cortes as well? I wouldn't be surprised.Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Edward Burke will preside over a hearing this Thursday in a lawsuit brought by elections law attorney Tom Ryan, alleging that Olivia Cortes' candidacy for state Senat ... More >>
Mesa resident and vote-diluter Olivia Cortes, now being sued for her candidacy Hot off the presses: A lawsuit brought by elections law attorney Tom Ryan on behalf of Legislative District 18 voter Mary Lou Boettcher, challenging the legitimacy of Olivia Cortes, the so-called "sham" recall candidate p ... More >>
Pearce, keeping a low profile at a fundraising event in his honorFour hundred clams. That's what some lobbyists may have paid to attend a fundraiser held for embattled state Senate President Russell Pearce Wednesday night at Alexi's Grill in Phoenix.By my estimation, there were about 30 or 40 attend ... More >>