Do Not Mail your Automatic Ballot-by-Mail after Wednesday, July 29, 2020 Yavapai County Recorder, Leslie Hoffman would like to announce that the last day to mail your voted ballot through USPS is Wednesday, July 29, 2020. Voters may vote early in-person or vote a replacement ballot through Friday, July 31, 2020 at the Yavapai County
Upholding the Constitution and Supporting our Troops On July 21st, the House passed the annual National Defense Authorization Act. This bill sets the policies for our national defense to protect our homeland against attacks and support the troops. Unfortunately, House Democrats muddied the waters with politically charged and irrelevant policies, such as red flag gun
Bowing to the coronavirus threat, President Donald Trump has scrapped plans for a four-night Republican National Convention celebration in Florida that had been set to draw more than 10,000 people to a pandemic hot spot to mark his renomination. Trump had already moved the convention’s public events out of North Carolina because of virus concerns.
A federal appeals court Tuesday rejected a long-simmering challenge to Proposition 123, the voter-approved 2016 measure that is set to redirect an estimated $3.5 billion to Arizona public schools over a decade. A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a lower court ruling in the case, which has been pending
A lot goes into running a successful election in a normal year, but in the era of COVID-19 that also includes 3,200 gallons of hand sanitizer. That’s one of several items on a shopping list that includes gloves, masks and face shields, as state elections officials work to make sure they have safeguards in place
LEGAL CHALLENGE: Smart & Safe Arizona Misled Petition Signers in Marijuana-Funded Push for Signatures
Eight concerned Arizona voters and the chairwoman of Arizonans for Health and Public Safety filed suit in Maricopa County Superior Court against the Smart & Safe Arizona initiative. Plaintiffs are represented by the national law firm, Polsinelli, with former Arizona Congressman John Shadegg and Sean Gallagher, who has argued successfully before the United States Supreme