election 2012

Coconino County Officials Predict Heavy Turnout

Nov 6, 2012

Coconino County Recorder Candace Owens is predicting about a 75% turnout for today’s election.

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Services at the Spanish-language chapel of a Las Vegas Evangelical church are anything but quiet. On Tuesday nights, at least 60 Latinos gather to praise God with arms in the air before Bible study begins.

Arizona delegates at the Democratic National Convention say President Obama’s speech last evening is inspiring them to spread his message when they return home.

No Real Surprises in AZ Primary Elections

Aug 29, 2012

After Tuesday's primaries, a lot of the losing campaigns across Arizona are packing up their headquarters.

By a nearly 2 to 1 margin, Ann Kirkpatrick swept the democratic primary in Congresssional District 1 yesterday.

Low Voter Turnout on Primary Day

Aug 28, 2012

It's been slow going at polling places across Coconino County for today's Democratic and Republican primaries.

There are more Latino registered voters in this election cycle than in 2008 -- and a study shows this could be the deciding factor in several battleground states, including those in the Southwest.

Laurel Morales

Arizona’s newly drawn 1st Congressional District is the size of Pennsylvania. It’s the tenth largest in the nation, taking up almost two-thirds of the state, from the Arizona-Utah border all the way down the eastern half of the state to just north of Tucson. That makes it tricky for candidates to campaign.

Former Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatricks uses many tactics to get the word out this election.