Excluding the $7 million settlement, Maricopa County has paid $33 million in jail-related claims filed during Arpaio's tenure as sheriff
As Donald Trump seeks congressional support for his border wall, the Guardian's Paul Lewis meets Joe Arpaio, the controversial Arizona sheriff recently pardoned by Trump, and other local Republicans who are enraged over what they describe as an 'invasion' from Mexico. Show More Summary
Joe Arpaio made his name by building a harsh jail in the desert. Now, Trump is promising to take his punitive approach to immigration national.
Wall Street Journal: “After watching President Trump fire former FBI Director James Comey, belittle Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and pardon Sheriff Joe Arpaio, among other events, Chris Hunter said he decided to leave his job as a prosecutor in Tampa [...]
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The GOP candidate is running for election to the U.S. Senate after Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., decided to retire.
Former Maricopa County sheriff and current Republican candidate for senate in Arizona Joe Arpaio would like you to know that he didn’t know that he recently gave an interview to a publication that supports anti-Semitism — an outlet called American Free Press — and he doesn’t support that “view point.” The only thing is that […]
The Senate candidate talked to an anti-Semitic publication for the fifth time last month. He wouldn't condemn it for calling the Holocaust a "hoax."
Former sheriff (and convict) Joe Arpaio on Thursday responded to reports that a website he gave five interviews to is known for its anti-Semitism by claiming he didn’t know they were bigoted. “It was brought to my attention I gave interview [sic] to publication that supports...
The Arizona Republic reports: Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe Arpaio has given several interviews to a publication that traffics in anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and on Wednesday declined an opportunity to distance himself from the extremist material. Show More Summary
"I'm not going to criticize the news media like you," Arpaio told a reporter.
The most out-there political players, like Sheriff Joe Arpaio, typically aren’t the ones considered to be the future of their parties.
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is asking an appeals court to overturn a judge's decision that the ex-lawman's criminal contempt conviction stands despite his being pardoned by President Donald … Click to Continue »
Joe Arpaio Files To Have Conviction Reversed Again Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has filed, again, to have a contempt of court conviction cleared before he starts campaigning to be Arizona’s next senator. Arpaio has filed an appeal against the U.S District Court, arguing that Judge...
He has found his past activities to be inconvenient to his upward career trajectory. The post In Pursuit of Higher Office, Joe Arpaio Hopes to Get Past That Criminal Conviction Thing appeared first on RedState.
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has said Judge Susan Bolton "refused to hear or rule on the Motion for New Trial," in his second attempt to have his conviction cleared.
Arizona’s KTAR reports: Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has filed an appeal to undo his criminal contempt of court conviction, Arpaio said in a release Friday. Arpaio’s appeal argues that the pardon he received from President...Show More Summary
Paul Waldman, a senior writer with The American Prospect magazine and a blogger for The Washington Post, says democrats should be thanks that racist criminal nutcase Joe Arpaio is running for the Senate. And on the outside chance heShow More Summary
Deedra Abboud is a Muslim, feminist activist running for U.S. Senate in the state of Arizona. A former immigration lawyer and a self-proclaimed “civil rights and social justice advocate,” Abboud is the progressive candidate Arizona needs to defeat Arpaio and his brand of racist politics. Show More Summary
The decision by 85-year-old Sheriff Joe Arpaio to get back into politics by declaring his intention to run for the Arizona Senate Seat being vacated by Sen. Jeff Flake is rattling the state Republican party, which is afraid that a bruising...Show More Summary