San Tan Valley Area Information

Two candidates for the Arizona Corporation Commission are featured speakers for the San Tan Valley Democrats in April. Bill Mundell is a former chair ...
The Pinal County Board of Supervisors may soon see a new but familiar face, due to today's announcement by former State Senator Chuck Gray to run for ...
Sharon Girard is kicking off her campaign for the Arizona House of Representatives with a District Eight tour that will reach from Globe to Casa Grande. Her campaign announcement is inspired by the lack of affordable healthcare, the teacher shortage, school funding crisis, and Republican Leadership blocking the Equal Rights Amendment.
Democrat Kyrsten Sinema will be the first woman to represent Arizona in the U.S. Senate, according to The Associated Press.
After reviewing today’s ballot count update, Sandra Kennedy is pleased to claim victory in her campaign to return to the Arizona Corporation Commission, noting that she received the most votes in a four way race.
A contentious race that will end with Arizona’s first female U.S. senator and a governor’s race featuring Republican Doug Ducey against challenger Democrat David Garcia as Ducey seeks a second term top the ticket in the state’s 2018 general election. The race to replace retiring GOP Sen. Jeff Flake pits Democrat Kyrsten Sinema against Republican Martha McSally.
Polls have officially closed. The first set of results from the 2018 general election will be posted just after 8:00 p.m.  Results listed below will be updated as new results are released.
If you are a registered voter in San Tan Valley, your vote doesn't matter when voting for Justice of the Peace or Clerk of the Superior Court. Why? The incumbents won their primaries and there are no challengers in the general election.
San Tan Valley voters in Legislative Districts 8, 12 and 16, will have an opportunity to hear from area legislative candidates during a series of upcoming debates sponsored by the Clean Elections Commission.
The first set of results from the 2018 primary election posted just after 8:00 p.m.  Results listed below are unofficial as of 12:00 a.m.
A record-breaking number of Arizona voters cast ballots in this year’s primary election. State election officials say 1.2 million voters mailed in a ballot or showed up at the polls for the August 28 primary. That beat the previous record of nearly 1 million voters in the 2010 primary.
Democrats have held on to the Arizona congressional seat that Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick vacated to run for Senate.
Arizona voters have passed an initiative to raise the minimum wage and require most employers to provide paid sick time.
Arizona voters have rejected legalized recreational marijuana following a multimillion-dollar campaign to defeat it.
As of 12:14am, Nov 9th, with 79 of 102 precincts in Pinal County reporting, preliminary results show the following:
Former Pinal County Chief Deputy Assessor resigned her position as Appraisal Manager for Coconino County to challenge the incumbent Assessor for his seat.
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Tom Forese announced today that he will run for Arizona State Treasurer.
The unofficial results from yesterday's August 30th primary election can be found below. We've included all of the races in Pinal County, the Legislative districts & Congressional District that San Tan Valley is in as well as US Senate & Arizona Corporation Commission.
An email sent from Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles has caused a bit of an uproar and warranted a response from Superior Court Judge McCarville.  
State law requires that in order for the presidential nominee to appear on the ballot, the state party chairman must submit its presidential electors’ nomination papers to the Secretary of State’s office at least 90 days before the primary election. Arizona’s Green Party failed to submit its presidential electors’ by the June 1st deadline.

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