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About 600,000 votes still remain to be counted in the state’s still too-close-to-call U.S. Senate race. Now, Republicans have filed a lawsuit to challenge the way some counties count mail-in ballots and verify voter signatures. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports.


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Arizona's Republican Gov. Doug Ducey was re-elected Tuesday to a second term, beating Democrat underdog and education professor David Garcia in a race that focused heavily on border security and education.

Arizona voters have rejected a massive expansion of the state's private school voucher program criticized as a move to drain money from public schools and give it to rich parents to fund their kids' private school tuition.

Arizona voters have rejected a measure requiring regulated utilities to obtain 50 percent of their electricity from renewable energy sources like solar or wind power by 2030.

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Indian tribes that operate casinos paid nearly $27 million to Arizona during the first three months of the state budget year.

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