Dennis Welch, azfamily.com

Dennis Welch

azfamily.com

Phoenix, AZ, United States

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  • FOX Carolina News
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Past articles by Dennis:

Governor hopeful Kari Lake has not spent money on TV ads since primary election

Despite the difference in advertising dollars, polls show the race is neck and neck. → Read More

Polls show close Governor and Senate races ahead of election

The survey found that the economy is the number one issue, with voters at 48%, followed by abortion access and immigration both at 16%. → Read More

Arizona Democratic governor nominee debuts ad focusing on border security plan

Hobbs, in part, wants the feds to modernize the ports of entry and beef up the staffing and funding for immigration courts. → Read More

Arizona Republican Senate nominee Blake Masters fires back at attack ad

Masters said the statements were taken out of context. → Read More

Maricopa County leaders officially certify primary election results

More voters cast ballots in this month’s primary election than any other primary on record in Maricopa County. → Read More

Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate claiming election fraud as primary approaches

Earlier this week, Kari Lake told the North Valley Constitutional Republicans, “we’re already detecting some fraud.” → Read More

Questions arise about Karrin Taylor Robson’s private flights to campaign events

Robson’s campaign denied she was on the private jet for an 11-minute flight. → Read More

2 Democrats running for Arizona secretary of state highlight different experience

There are plenty of similarities on election policies between Fontes and Bolding, but one area of difference is a proposal to post images of ballots online. → Read More

Republican candidates for Arizona’s top elections official focus on voter fraud

The leading candidate appears to be state Rep. Mark Finchem, who has pushed unproven claims of fraud, making it the cornerstone of his campaign. → Read More

Senate GOP candidates say national abortion ban is ‘possible’

Michael McGuire, the former head of the Arizona National Guard, opposes abortion but said it should be left up to the states should the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade. → Read More

Arizona governor candidate Aaron Lieberman looking to boost campaign with new ad

The campaign is paying over $500,000 to run the spots through May. → Read More

GOP candidate Ron Watkins denies “Q-Anon” allegations during debate

Ron Watkins introduced himself as someone as a political outsider and entrepreneur. → Read More

Governor Ducey signs bill to create committee to study housing crisis

At least one critic is calling the bill a “slap in the face” to Arizonans struggling to make ends meet. → Read More

Democrat Katie Hobbs changes views, says lifting Title 42 “would be a disaster”

In the span of three weeks, Katie Hobbs went from claiming Title 42 doesn’t work to warning that lifting it would lead to disaster. → Read More

Arizona Secretary of State candidates weigh in on state’s election system

The candidates for Arizona's Secretary of State are sharing their thoughts on building confidence in the state's election system. → Read More

Federal bill decriminalizing marijuana facing opposition from Sen. Mark Kelly

The bill, which recently passed the U.S. House, now sits in the Senate, where it faces staunch Republican resistance. → Read More

VIDEO: Maricopa County Attorney candidate Gina Godbehere (R) questioned about 2020 election

Arizona’s Family selected three election-related questions and her full responses from the interview. → Read More

Maricopa County Attorney candidate says she won’t enforce new abortion bill

The bill, which still needs the governor’s signature to become law, restricts nearly all abortions after 15 weeks except in cases of a medical emergency. → Read More

Former Maricopa County Attorney Comms. Director backs allegations against Allister Adel

During an interview with Arizona’s Family, she backed up allegations made by Adel’s top prosecutors that the county attorney showed signs of impairment on the job. → Read More

Rachel Mitchell joins race to replace former Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel

The latest to jump in is Rachel Mitchell, a prosecutor with 30 years of experience, who was also one of the five division chiefs who called on Adel to step down. → Read More