Yavapai County Recorder, Leslie Hoffman would like to announce that tomorrow, Tuesday, August 4, 2020 is Election Day… “Let Your Voice Be Heard – Vote”. All registered voters are eligible to vote in the 2020 Primary Election. Vote Centers will be open tomorrow from 6AM – 7PM. Visit yavapai.us/GOVOTE for location information and identification requirements.
[This is from Data Orbital and covers the entire state.] With the primary election tomorrow, we’re giving you our takeaways from the early vote data. There are still tens of thousands of ballots to be cast on Election Day, but the ballots mailed back thus far paint an interesting picture. Here are the high-level highlights you
Republican Women of Black Canyon Trump Thursdays will be celebrated in downtown Black Canyon City by waving flags and posters, talking with folks, and registering new voters. This event is for everyone, or representatives, of Yavapai County and its legislative districts. Y’all come to BCC to waive your flags. When: Every Thursday except August 6
Rep. David Schweikert has admitted to 11 counts of campaign finance violations, misuse of congressional office funds and pressuring legislative staff to do campaign work, the House Ethics Committee said Thursday. The Fountain Hills Republican faces reprimand by the full House and has agreed to pay a $50,000 fine in the matter as part of
It was a busy week in Washington, D.C. as Pelosi procrastinated the consideration of our national defense, appropriations, and economic relief measures until the time of expiration. Below are highlights regarding some of my efforts: Gosar Offers Amendments to Homeland Security Appropriations This week, House democrats included appropriations provisions that prevent resources from being allocated
Plaintiffs expand: Business community and health care community solidly united in opposition to organized labor power play
A quick legal update for those of you covering the health care initiative, Proposition 208. The Arizona Medical Association, the Health System Alliance of Arizona, and the Arizona Nurses Association on Friday joined the list of plaintiffs who are arguing that the proponents of an out-of-state union-backed initiative to impose sweeping new mandates on Arizona’s