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Drop box vigilantes are the result of years of conspiracy theories and lies
Group can monitor Arizona ballot drop boxes, judge rules
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NewsCap: Drop box vigilantes are the result of years of conspiracy theories
Cochise County reassures state that it intends to follow the law in ballot counting
Arizona is suing to keep shipping containers at the border
Cochise County says it will follow law in ballot counting
Former AZ lawmaker sees more meanness, less empathy in today's politics
Voices of young voters: Megan Pritchard on respecting others' views
Jason P. Woodbury puts out 2 albums of his own
How Arizona voters should be thinking about climate as Election Day approaches
New zine collaboration imagines Indigenous futurism
The Great Divide: How climate concerns are affecting voters' choices
What was known — and feared — by some UA staff before a professor's killing
The Great Divide: A former state lawmaker pines for civility in politics
Black Theatre Troupe showcases 'Barbecue,' a comedy about intervention
Cochise supervisors greenlights hand count of election results despite warnings it's illegal
Report: Arizona is 'ground zero' for anti-government sheriffs
The Great Divide: Longtime lawmaker Art Hamilton on civility in politics
An independent on why no political party represents her
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