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Politics, elections and governance in the United States are largely viewed through the lens of a two-party power structure of Republicans and Democrats.

Andrea Whitsett has been named interim director of Morrison Institute for Public Policy, filling the top position vacated by Thom Reilly to become chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Educatio

Debate about charter schools versus public schools continues in our state, but what does the data actually show about how successful these schools are?

“Whiskey is for drinking, water is for fighting,” runs an old saw about water in the West, sometimes attributed to Mark Twain.

Independent voters, who resist being identified with either of the main political parties, could be a way for a deeply divided electorate to move forward, according to several experts at the annual

Tomorrow the presidential election will be over, and friends, co-workers and family members who have been bitterly divided will need to move forward. But how?

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is trailing Democratic challenger Paul Penzone by nearly 15 points, according to a major poll released today by The Arizona Republic and Arizona State University.

Hillary Clinton now holds a 5-point lead over Donald Trump in the presidential race for Arizona’s 11 electoral votes, with many still undecided, according to the latest statewide poll released toda

The race between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is a dead heat in Arizona, with a large swath of registered voters still undecided, according to a major statewide poll rel

Arizonans will vote May 17 on Proposition 123, a measure that, if passed, would affect K-12 education funding and the state trust land permanent fund for the next 10 years.

The New Hampshire primary can be difficult to predict because independent voters — who make up nearly half of registered voters there — can participate in either party’s primary, giving them the ab

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