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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.

Arizona election officials say a ballot initiative seeking increased transparency for money in politics has fallen short of the number of signatures needed to be on the November ballot.

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Arizona is receiving $7.4 million to update its voter registration database and bolster election cybersecurity systems.

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Voting rights organizations are suing Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan over concerns that her office isn't updating voters' addresses.

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No department video exists of the night a rookie Arizona trooper was fatally shot on the job because the Arizona Department of Public Safety doesn't have body cameras nor are all department vehicles equipped with dash cameras.

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