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Elections officials say 62 polling locations in the Phoenix area weren't operational when voting began in Arizona's primary.

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A judge has denied a bid to prevent a proposal requiring the use of more renewable energy in Arizona from appearing on the November ballot, rejecting arguments that backers of the measure hadn't gathered enough valid signatures from supporters to let voters decide the issue.

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Three Arizona Republicans are vying to compete for the Senate seat being vacated by Jeff Flake just days after the death of the state's longtime senator, John McCain.

McCain's Final Statement: Americans Have 'More in Common'

Aug 27, 2018
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Sen. John McCain expressed his deep gratitude and love of country in his final letter and implored Americans to put aside "tribal rivlaries" and focus on what unites.

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The state superintendent of public instruction says an "overzealous employee" sent an internal email to all Arizona Department of Education employees that included a plea to vote for her, their current boss.

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