November 2020

The Show on KJZZ

Mark Esper
The Trump campaign continues its push to find out whether voting irregularities in certain swing states were the cause of the president’s loss to Joe Biden in this month’s election. But some specific personnel shifts that have already occurred in the administration indicate to many that there could be a rush to make changes in the next two months.
Nov. 10, 2020
Senate President Karen Fann
Senate President Karen Fann won reelection to her leadership position on Monday; Sen. Rebecca Rios was named Senate minority leader on Tuesday. Fann told KJZZ’s The Show she went into the election concerned there would be more Republican losses.
Nov. 10, 2020
Kathy Hoffman
Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman and school districts leaders pleaded with the community to do their part to minimize the spread of COVID-19 so schools can remain open. As cases rise in Arizona, school leaders face difficult decisions about closing schools so students and teachers don’t become sick, she said during a Monday press conference. <br><small><b>→ <a href="https://kjzz.org/education" target="_blank">More Arizona Education News</a></small></b>
Nov. 10, 2020
Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel
Adel was appointed to the position of Maricopa County Attorney last year. She’ll now be the first woman elected to the role. In her campaign she highlighted her efforts to increase transparency in the office and to prioritize treatment over incarceration for some drug offenses.
Nov. 9, 2020
2020 ballot
Election Day has come and gone — but races up and down the ballot are hardly settled. Legal challenges, protests and unfounded allegations of fraud have followed, stretching Election Day into Election Week and beyond.
Nov. 9, 2020
Calexico
How would you describe “Arizona’s sound?” When Arizona Republic's music critic Ed Masley set out to define “Arizona’s sound," he found he couldn’t — there were too many sounds to choose from. So he set out to make a list of Arizona’s 100 essential records.
Nov. 9, 2020
Phil Boas
President Donald Trump continues to say that voter fraud may have cost him the election, and his campaign has filed lawsuits in several states related to that. The Republic’s Phil Boas has written about Republican reaction, and The Show spoke with him about what he thinks more mainstream Republicans are thinking right now.
Nov. 9, 2020
Tomas Robles and Janet Murguía
As votes from last week’s election continue to be counted here in Arizona and around the country, some trends are starting to emerge. One of them is the increased turnout among Latino voters. An estimated 15-20 million Latino voters cast ballots this year, which would mark a significant increase from past elections. The Show heard two perspectives on this increase and why it occurred.
Nov. 9, 2020
Scottsdale City Hall
Former Scottsdale City Council members David Ortega and Lisa Borowsky squared off for the mayor's office in a race that was mired in accusations of inappropriate campaign contributions and deference to developers. To parse this out, The Show spoke with Wayne Schutsky, the managing editor for the Scottsdale Progress.
Nov. 9, 2020
BBC look-ahead graphic
Last week’s election was not just top of mind for Americans — it was front-page news across the globe, as well. For a look at some of the top international stories of the coming days, The Show spoke with the BBC’s Rob Hugh-Jones.
Nov. 9, 2020

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