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From left: Harry Mitchell, Gabrielle Giffords and Ann Kirkpatrick
Arizona Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick is holding a congressional hearing in the Navajo Nation capital of Window Rock to discuss housing issues.
CASA GRANDE — Congresswoman Anne Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., said she believes Pinal County is being shortchanged on federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds.
PAGE — The U.S. Department of Transportation will release $2 million for initial emergency repairs to a highway in northern Arizona.
Ann Kirkpatrick resigned Tuesday from the Arizona House to run for a congressional seat, joining an increasingly deep field of Democratic candidates vying to succeed embattled Republican incumbent Rep. Rick Renzi in the state’s 1st Congressional District.
PHOENIX -- First-term Republican Rep. Paul Gosar says he plans to seek office in Arizona's 4th Congressional District instead of his Flagstaff-based 1st District, setting up a GOP primary fight in the rural district.
Arizona is shaping up to be a key front in the battle for control of the U.S. House.
“Ann Kirkpatrick? Ron Barber? Raul Grijalva? Ed Pastor? Kyrsten Sinema? What do you think about the IRS harassment, Benghazi lies, and AP spying? He’s your President, not mine. You have been awfully quiet lately.”
“Our Democrats in our state voted for the health care bill. These are the representatives who will not be going back to Washington after the 2010 elections: Harry Mitchell, Raul Grijálva, Gabrielle Giffords, Ann Kirkpatrick and Ed Pastor.”
Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick defeated Republican Sydney Hay for the open seat in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District, giving U.S. House Democrats a 5-3 edge in Arizona, their first majority in decades.
Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick and Republican Sydney Hay were headed for a possible all-women showdown in November, according to early election returns in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District race on Tuesday.
Thanks to the Independent Redistricting Commission, we might see something done in Congress this year.
“When Obamacare turns out to be a huge success, how long will it take the Republicans to claim it was their program stolen by the Democrats?”
Gov. Jan Brewer delivered a nearly $100,000 infusion Wednesday into the campaign of Republican Jeff Flake to become the state's next U.S. senator.
The deep thinkers in presidential candidate John McCain's campaign and at the Republican Party apparently weren't running on enough coffee recently.
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Kris Mayes backed out of a possible run for the U.S. House on Thursday, making her at least the eighth Republican to take a pass on the open seat in Arizona's 1st Congressional District.
Tempe police arrested a man Monday who may be responsible for more than a dozen robberies across the Northwest, where the FBI dubbed him the “Grocery Store Bandit.”
Rep. Rick Renzi, R-Ariz., denied Friday that he plans to resign from office amid a federal investigation that saw the FBI raid the congressman’s family business last week.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Democrats are used to be being the stepchildren of Arizona politics.
Every candidate collects endorsements during their campaigns.
A winter storm brought snow to the Tucson area and hail and sleet to the Phoenix metropolitan area Wednesday, disrupting flights, making for slushy rush-hour commutes and creating the rare sight of flurries at a professional golf event in southern Arizona.
Arizona's primary election Tuesday features a spirited race for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate and heated contests for several U.S. House seats, with outcomes that will set the roster of candidates for the Nov. 6 general election.
WASHINGTON — In a rare moment of bipartisanship Tuesday, the House approved $600 million to pay for more unmanned surveillance drones and about 1,500 more agents along the troubled Mexican border.
The mad scramble among prominent state and Phoenix officials who want to replace the retiring Rep. John Shadegg in the 3rd Congressional District has highlighted one crazy month in Arizona politics.
Rick Renzi has a multimillion-dollar decision to make.Depending on whether and when he resigns from the U.S. House of Representatives, he could force the state and seven counties to conduct two special elections before the regularly scheduled fall elections.