PHOENIX — Arizona State Senator Kelly Townsend, after dropping her candidacy for Congress, filed an expression of interest Monday seeking re-election in the same district as fellow Republican Senator Wendy Rogers. Townsend and Rogers became entangled over the past week after the Senate censured Rogers for his violent rhetoric, andRead More →

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For the past six months, Arizona State Senator Kelly Townsend has embodied the paradox of the modern Republican Party’s stance on Jewish issues – that somehow it is fashionable to #StandWithIsrael, but also fashionable to compare pandemic restrictions to the Holocaust. It’s a battle she’s losing if a tweet deletedRead More →

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers, who spoke at last week’s white nationalist America First political action conference, called out white nationalist and Holocaust denier Vincent James Foxx to “stand for election”. Rogers also recently forwarded an article from VDare, a white nationalist website dedicated to warning readers of the supposedRead More →

NBC broadcaster Al Michaels, right, had an accomplished broadcasting career that began in the state of Arizona. Here he talks to Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill, left. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) PHOENIX — News that Sunday’s Super Bowl could be Al Michaels’ last with NBC has sparked some thought aboutRead More →

Arizona State softball may look like a different team after losing 11 players last season, including fifth-year stalwarts Maddi and Kindra Hackbarth, but the young team isn’t considered a weakness by coach- sixth grade chef Trisha Ford. The team will return nine starters to its roster of 19 and willRead More →

New campaign finance filings for Arizona state legislative races show Republicans leading Democrats in fundraising. Between July 1, 2021 and December 31, 2021, Republican candidates outpaced Democratic candidates by 193%. As the primary elections approached, five Republican candidates raised $2.00 million compared to $37,686 for three Democrats. Within the DemocraticRead More →

Commentator Nick Fuentes is a Holocaust denier who opposes interracial marriages, supports racial segregation and has encouraged violence against his perceived political opponents. One of Fuentes’ biggest fans is Republican Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers, who said she loved him, compared receiving a compliment from him to receiving the “chivalry”Read More →

Late-game heroism wasn’t enough for Arizona State’s women’s basketball team to overcome their massive first-half deficit. Outscored 21-4 after the first quarter against Utah, the beleaguered defense that was the driving force behind ASU’s upset victory over No. 22 Colorado on Friday seemed to loosen up against Utah’s shooters, givingRead More →

For more than a year, Arizona Democratic Senator Mark Kelly, who is up for re-election in 2022, has avoided taking a position on abolishing the Senate’s 60-vote threshold for legislation. just yesterday, Kelly dodged when asked about the filibuster. Supporting the nuclear option — effectively scrapping the 60-vote rule withRead More →

Arizona State linebacker Eric Gentry was named freshman All-American by the Football Writers Association of America, which recognized 27 athletes nationally. Gentry, a Philadelphia native, becomes a consensus Freshman All-American, after receiving the honor from a majority of national publications. ESPN, Pro Football Focus, 247 Sports and Pro Football NetworkRead More →

PHOENIX (KPNX) – An Arizona state senator known for pushing false claims about the COVID-19 vaccine and the 2020 election announced she filed paperwork to run for Congress early Monday morning . State Senator Kelly Townsend made the announcement on Twitter, saying she would keep her current state seat whileRead More →

Senator Kyrsten Sinema faces growing pressure on opposition to weaken Senate filibuster Senator Sinema said she would not vote to weaken the Senate’s 60-vote filibuster threshold, drawing criticism from other Democrats, as well as some suffrage advocates. Some have also raised the possibility of a main challenger for Sinema. ReportingRead More →

Arizona Republic Journalist Richard Ruelas had a simple question for Arizona State Rep. Jake Hoffman, who signed his name as an official voter on a fraudulent document that claims Trump won Arizona in 2020. Ruelas asked: “Under what authority did you find yourself an elector?” Hoffman responded with the kindRead More →

University President Robert Morris is leaving the Moon Township-based school next month to become one of the main official universities in the state of Arizona, which is trying to establish a national university, officials said on Tuesday. responsible for Robert Morris. Chris Howard, RMU president since February 2016, will joinRead More →

Want to welcome the new year outdoors? You have come to the right place to do so. Arizona State Parks and Trails joins a nationwide collaboration of 50 states to host First Day Hikes on January 1, 2022. Park rangers, naturalists and volunteers will lead hikes and activities in ArizonaRead More →

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers is being slammed on social media after expressing her disgust at Jon Kent/Superman’s bisexuality. Superman fans have expressed frustration with Wendy Rogers, a United States Senator, over her insistence that Clark Kent likes “Louis Lane.” Rogers’ comments come in the wake of DC’s announcement thatRead More →

PHOENIX (AP) — U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema said Monday that activists who confronted her outside an Arizona State University classroom and videotaped her in the restroom were not engaging in a “legitimate protest.” . The Democratic senator said immigration reform activists illegally entered the suburban Phoenix campus building, which wasRead More →

State Senate officials have refuted the public’s right to know, and the news agency wants all relevant documents unearthed. The Republic of Arizona has filed a lawsuit in Maricopa Superior Court, seeking disclosure of all records — including internal communications and emails — of partisan Arizona State Senate members leadingRead More →

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — Arizona Senator-elect Mark Kelly announced his 13-person bipartisan team for taking office. The transition team will work to create advisory groups for its first 100 days off, according to a press release from Kelly’s team. The team is made up of leaders from Arizona. The co-chairsRead More →

Don Dedera, longtime beloved Arizona Republic columnist, author and former editor of Arizona Highways magazine, died Tuesday, just two weeks shy of his 91st birthday. In addition to his journalistic accomplishments, Dedera has been active in preserving some of the most iconic pieces of Arizona history, including Western author ZaneRead More →

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