At the time of writing this on Sunday night, not every race is completely certain at this point. One thing that is for certain however is that the best case scenario for Republicans did not work out, and we see that playing out in some of the Scottsdale area races rather prominently. As a reminder, the city of Scottsdale is … Read More
Scottsdale Legislative Races: The Final Spring in the Money Race
In the last few days we have broken down the all-important Q3 campaign finance reports for both statewide and federal races here in Arizona. Now for our final breakdown we consider the local legislative races that will impact our Scottsdale residents, as a number of candidates look to represent our city in the State Capitol. First, we will look at … Read More
Scottsdale Will Have New Representation at the State Capitol: What Will It Look Like?
Due to the census every decade, all voters have the experience of being in an entirely new district, often with entirely new leaders and candidates from different areas; it often leads to an interesting mix of confusion as well as potentially exciting new options of potential representation. So what’s happened to Scottsdale at the district level, and how will it … Read More
Guest Editorial: A Battle Finds a Fighter
By Alexander Lomax First-term Arizona Senator Christine Marsh is no stranger to struggle in her brief tenure in the political world. Her toughness and mettle will be tested further however, as she recently announced that she has cancer. The well-liked Democratic legislator in District 28, which covers swaths of central and eastern Phoenix including the Biltmore and Arcadia areas, as … Read More