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KTAR News reported that according to a study by Morrison Institute for Public Policy

A new report shows that 45 percent, or just over two million Arizona residents, who could vote didn’t.

Millennials account for nearly a third of the voting-age population in Arizona, and yet only 19 percent of the votes cast for president in 2016 were in that age group — leaving governing decisions

Politico Magazine reported that a new POLITICO/AARP poll shows Democrats ahead by 7 points in generic ballots in both the governor’s and Senate races in Arizona.

PHOTO: (From left) Kurt R. Sheppard, President and CEO of Valle del Sol; Joseph Garcia, honoree; and Daniel R. Ortega Jr., presenter.

In an opinion column in the Arizona Daily Star, Hilary Hiser, deputy town clerk for the Town of Marana, would like to remind   

ASU Now featured Bianca Lucero, special events manager at the McCain Institute for International Leadership at Arizona State University's new center in Washington, D.C.

KTAR News reported that pay for teachers in Arizona is trending upward.

KPHO 3TV Phoenix reported that the Trump Administration's new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Mexico, Canada and the European Union will affect Arizona businesses and consumers.

An editorial in The Arizona Republic promoted the third New Arizona Prize that will offer awards of $50,000 to the top five teams chosen in competition to “develop temporary public art pro

The Guardian reported that Arizona, with its growing population of young Hispanic voters, has long seemed a tempting prize for Democrats.

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