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In Yavapai County, there are 6000 write-in ballots for this year’s Presidential election, and those are still being processed and counted.
Arizona's elected officials comment on the election results.
Despite election exhaustion, several hundred people came to the Yavapai Courthouse for the ‘McCain Rally to Victory’ on the eve of the 2016 general election.
Clinton Addresses Crowd at ASU’s Tempe Campus “It is in Your Hands”
Sen. John McCain and Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick Said They Both Could Work Through the Gridlock in Washington, but They Parted Ways on Health Care, Immigration and the Economy in a Debate Monday
Congress Returned from Summer Recess this Month Facing a Full Slate of Issues and a Narrow Window in Which to Get Things Done
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are Neck and Neck in the Presidential Race in Arizona with More than 20 Percent of the State’s Likely Voters Undecided
Voter Registration Update Required
Millennials Consistently Have the Lowest Election Turnout Among All Generations, and Experts Say Election Laws in Many States Aren’t Helping Young People Access the Polls