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Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Andrew:

Tech company running Arizona ballot audit backs out: 'They were done'

The contract for Pennsylvania-based Wake TSI ended May 14, the original completion date for Arizona's ballot recount, and the company chose not to renew. → Read More

Arizona lawmakers who were in D.C. during Capitol riot won't release records from phones

Arizona courts have ruled that records on a public official's private device can be considered a public record if they relate to public business. → Read More

Trump pardons former U.S. Rep. Rick Renzi of Arizona over land swap

Former Rep. Rick Renzi said he believes he was wrongfully convicted by the Department of Justice and is the victim of political prosecution. → Read More

Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs reports violent threats as Arizona moves to certify election

One group gathered outside Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs’ home Tuesday night and chanted slogans, including “we are watching you." → Read More

Voting by mail? It's been the Arizona way for years

Getting a ballot by mail and voting early is a ritual for most Arizona voters, and they are urged to do so again for November. → Read More

Arizona governor issues 'stay-at-home' order; will take effect close of business Tuesday

The order will go into effect Tuesday at close of business and will last through at least April 30. → Read More

How to vote in Tuesday's Arizona Presidential Preference Election amid coronavirus concerns

In Maricopa County, there have been some last-minute changes to polling locations because of growing concerns about the new coronavirus. → Read More

Sen. Bernie Sanders holds double-digit lead in early Nevada caucus results – live updates

Early Nevada caucus results show good things for Sen. Bernie Sanders, who holds a double-digit lead over his nearest Democratic competitor. → Read More

Lawsuit challenges Arizona's deadline for mail ballots

Two political advocacy groups are asking a federal judge strike down Arizona’s deadline for voters to submit their early ballots by mail. → Read More

Effort underway to significantly change elections in Arizona

A proposed initiative would bring significant changes to Arizona's elections system, restricting large donors and expanding voter registration. → Read More

N.M. Lawmakers Propose $3.1 Million for Police Body Cams

Anticipating a surplus, state lawmakers are considering a budget that would include more than $3 million to issue body-worn cameras to the 650 officers in the New Mexico State Police Department. → Read More

Wildfire's aftermath: Water supply woes, economic damage

A crew armed with buckets and shovels trudged toward Cimarron's reservoir in late July to scoop away the muck that had accumulated in recent rains.All that … → Read More

New Mexico Feels the Loss of Facebook’s Shelved Drone Internet Project

The social media company has scrapped plans to use drones as a means of delivering an Internet connection, a potentially disappointing decision for the Spaceport America test site. → Read More

Cop's death prompts debate over justice on tribal lands

Federal prosecutors want the death penalty for Kirby Cleveland, a Navajo man accused of killing a tribal police officer in 2017. The case could signal that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions will … → Read More

Governor says she'll sign raise for teachers

New Mexico's lowest-paid teachers are in for a raise. → Read More

Governor backs funds to improve school security

Gov. Susana Martinez said Tuesday she would sign legislation earmarking $10 million annually for four years to improve security at New Mexico schools. The bill comes as the nation grapples with … → Read More

The biggest little election in New Mexico?

Neal King, the mayor of Taos Ski Valley, jokes that 1 in 10 residents in his town is running for office this year. While the village might only notch a year-round population of … → Read More

Steve Pearce supports concealed carry, metal detectors on campuses

New Mexico's congressional delegation offer starkly divergent responses to gun control. → Read More

Bills Earmark Funds for School Security

Coming at a time when there seems to be another school shooting somewhere in America at least once a week, the episode has become a call to action at the Legislature. → Read More

House committee blocks abortion bill at emotional hearing

Two hours of emotional testimony from New Mexicans on both sides of the abortion debate did not seem to change anyone's mind at the Legislature on Saturday, as a House committee voted along party … → Read More