It seems likely that George, formerly known as Sam Vagenas, will be left in the dust as more Maricopa votes get counted.
If Stump wins, though, that might not be the last we hear of George in this election cycle.
By Ray Stern Two Democrats will add to the mix on the five-member Arizona Corporation Commission, which previously had been an all-Republican affair. Tuesday's election filled three empty seats on the commission. Sandra Kennedy, a small business owner and former state lawmaker, and Paul Newman (p ... More >>
By Ray Stern The typical voting dilemma: Do you vote for the devil you know, or the devil you don't know? In the case of Debra Pearson, it might be both. Before she was married on December 31, 2006, Pearson's name was Debra Brimhall. (Here's her wedding picture with husband Craig Pearson. That's A ... More >>
By Ray Stern A Border Patrol checkpoint nailed Paul Newman, an Arizona Corporation Commission candidate and current Cochise County Supervisor, for driving with pot residue in his county car four years ago. According to the article by Arizona's one-man news service, Howard Fischer, a report by Bord ... More >>
A call to an ex-gubernatorial candidate's campaign cell phone is linked to forged documents used to slam Napolitano and Salmon.
Thousands of Arizonans smoke marijuana. Get over it.
Arizona's pro-pot advocates cast first stone in latest national effort to legalize marijuana
Proposition 200 -- the Drug Medicalization Act -- is causing high anxiety among politicians and lawmen
"THE DEAL" GOES DOWN. INFLUENCE GETS PEDDLED. IS IT ANY WONDER LAWMAKERS ARE GETTING A LIFE---SOMEPLACE ELSE?