When Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach first came to light as the author of Arizona's SB 1070 "papers, please" law, it was clear he was motivated by a deep-seated hatred of people of color. Nothing has happened before or since to change that perception. Show More Summary
The attorney general, representing Secretary of State Michele Reagan, said in a court filing that there were problems with the election and Reagan wants to see them fixed, but state law doesn't allow the legal challenge to proceed. "The...Show More Summary
Arizona welcomes you—unless you are a voter in Maricopa County. (Wing-Chi Poon / CC BY-SA 2.5) The voter controversy in Arizona is intensifying. During a committee hearing at the state capitol in Phoenix this week, Arizona Secretary...Show More Summary
Arizona Capitol Times: Gov. Doug Ducey signed a bill that completely rewrites Arizona’s campaign finance laws, including a provision that critics say will open the state up to more dark money in elections. Secretary of State Michele Reagan pushed SB1516 … Continue reading ?
When she campaigned for the office of Arizona secretary of state in 2014, former Republican state Senator Michele Reagan said she intended to dilute the influence of dark money in state politics. She must have known that her party’sShow More Summary
"I know it happened to people in this room," said Reagan
U.S. Uncut: Arizona’s Secretary of State has confirmed that election fraud took place in the Arizona primary on March 22. During yesterday’s testimony at the Arizona state capitol in Phoenix, Secretary of State Michele Reagan was asked what her office … Continue reading ?
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) won Utah’s Democratic presidential caucus Tuesday, defeating former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Idaho also held its Democratic caucus Tuesday, and Arizona held its primary. Clinton led Sanders by over...Show More Summary
The former secretary of state wins Tuesday's biggest contest.
Hillary Clinton was declared the projected winner of Tuesday's Democratic presidential primary in Arizona by the major networks. The win is the latest in a string of victories for the former secretary of state over her opponent, Sen....Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton defeated Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the Arizona Democratic primary on Tuesday, adding another win in a state with a large minority population. Her victory will award her a majority of the state's 85 delegates, putting her another step closer to securing the Democratic nomination. Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton apparently just logged another win against Democratic presidential rival Sen. Bernie Sanders. The Associated Press projected Tuesday night that Clinton would clinch Arizona, striking anotherShow More Summary
Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton has won the Democratic primary in Arizona, the Associated Press projects. This is a developing story. It will be updated.
Trump draws thousands, Hillary Clinton is called "the worst secretary of state in the history of the country"
One of the more exciting library projects—ONEBOOKAZ—is occurring under the leadership of the Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State’s office. Many communities have sponsored a “one book” program, in which a whole city or county is invited to read a title at the same time. But ONEBOOKAZ has three twists that make it different.
Ashton Carter, the US Secretary of Defense, gave a speech at Arizona State University’s McCain Institute yesterday in which he renewed his support for the Administration’s “pivot” of our defense policy from the ongoing wars in the Middle East, North Africa and the Crimea to the Pacific Rim, according to the Associated Press; The Obama […]
Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, admonished members of an antiwar group who were heckling former Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger during a committee hearing.
Remember when birtherism was all the rage? Well, that bit of fringe nuttiness has emerged in Arizona, where Republican secretary of state candidate Michele Reagan was confronted in a TV interview about her past support of a "birther bill" requiring presidents to prove their citizenship.
Arizona State Rep. Michele Reagan, who is now running to be Secretary of State got tied up in knots after she was asked why she voted for the wingnut "Birther Bill." Reagan refused to answer the questions and kept repeating that their state laws are what need to be followed now. Show More Summary
In an interview with 12 News, the Republican candidate for Arizona Secretary of State deflected questions about why she supported a so-called “birther bill” when she was in the state legislature. “In 2011,” the interviewer asked, “you voted for the ‘birther...