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Arizona primary election boots embattled incumbents out of office

PHOENIX (AP) - State Treasurer Doug Ducey has won the Republican primary for Arizona governor, topping five other candidates with a campaign focused on his business experience in leading a chain of ice cream parlors. Ducey has served as state treasurer for the last four years. Ducey will face Democrat Fred DuVal in the November election. Attorney General Tom Horne...

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8 hours 33 minutes ago

Reagan wins GOP secretary of state race

PHOENIX (AP) - State Sen. Michele Reagan has won the Republican primary for secretary of state. Reagan cruised to victory in a three-way race for the GOP nomination with state Rep. Justin Pierce and businessman Will Cardon. Gov. Jan Brewer endorsed Reagan. The secretary of state is Arizona's top elections... Read Story

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8 hours 56 minutes ago

Arizona education official loses re-election bid

PHOENIX (AP) - John Huppenthal is out of office after one term as Arizona's top education official. Huppenthal went down in the Republican primary for superintendent of public instruction after acknowledging that he made a series of offensive, anonymous Internet postings on blogs and news stories. The postings made disparaging... Read Story

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16 hours 35 minutes ago

Botched execution triggers lawsuit

A federal lawsuit has been filed involving the botched execution of Oklahoma inmate Clayton Lockett in April. The suit has been filed by two news publications and the ACLU, who all say more transparency is needed. On April 29, prison officials in McAlester used a different mixture of... Read Story

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19 hours 23 minutes ago

Kill switches coming to California cellphones

(KCRA) California Governor Jerry Brown signed the nation's first-of-its-kind smartphone legislation Monday that will require a "kill switch" on all smartphones sold in his state. The technology will allow smartphones to be disabled when they're stolen. The bill by Sen. Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, passed the state... Read Story

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