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Matt Heinz (D) is going after Rep. Martha McSally (R) for voting to let contractors fire gay people.
Pearce, who headed the state motor vehicles department in the 1990s, has sought a comeback since leaving the Senate. In January
CD1 Congressional District 1 is a sprawling, mostly rural district that is larger than many states. Former one-term Congresswoman
The poll numbers show Barber with an 81-percent favorability rating since taking office, outperforming President Barack Obama
Kelly took this as a opportunity to focus on his opposition to the president's signature health care law, as the Daily Star
Heinz told HuffPost that other groups have told him the two elections are being considered separately for endorsements, but
The races to fill open seats in Congress in Arizona and New Jersey have heated up, with a national Democratic group releasing
The third bill requires that schools teach students that adoption and birth are the most acceptable outcomes for an unwanted
He described the processing fee as another way to charge women for using birth control. Under the wording of the bill, women
Tucson resident Adena Bank Lees confirmed that she sent state Rep. Terri Proud (R-Tucson) an email in early March asking
After the Republican sponsor of a controversial Arizona contraception bill hijacked a Democratic news conference and called
State Rep. Terri Proud (R-Tucson) said in a statement Tuesday that "the abortion industry" has been "selling abortions" and
Proud is known as one of the more conservative members of the Legislature and earlier this month passed a bill to allow public
"As a physician at the largest hospital in Tucson we take referrals from hospitals all over the district," said Heinz, who
Heinz, who is running for Congress, said it is tough to know if the bill will pass the House, noting it has come over from
WASHINGTON -- Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu's weekend confirmation that he is gay makes him the fourth openly gay or bisexual
With the backing of former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.), Ron Barber, a longtime aide to the congresswoman, entered the
Barber's decision to enter the special election will reshape the contest. On the Democratic side, state Rep. Matt Heinz is
"No one can replace Gabrielle Giffords," he said. "What we can do now is quickly get someone in that can honor her strength