More Elections 2012
Parents urge school board to give students extra grade point credit for taking college vocational courses
Parents will do anything for their kids — even public speaking.
It’s already an uphill battle for Libertarian and Green Party candidates in Arizona, but no matter what, they have a place on the ballot.
Flake, Carmona race focuses on personal attacks
Take two great candidates – both principled, dedicated public servants.
Early ballots sent to voters who live in the Mesa del Caballo area did not include the governing board election for the Northern Gila County Sanitary District.
Republican Adam Shepherd and Democrat Craig Jones have each spent decades in the Gila County sheriff’s office
The race for Gila County’s sheriff comes down to a man who says he has the experience and a man who says he has the heart.
One candidate says she is working to keep the county safe from fire.
Several pockets of Northern and Central Gila County voters will cast ballots in the race for District 2 Supervisor.
Role of teachers, budget cuts, district secrets, school excellence divide and unite those seeking board seats
Stepping into the voting booth on Nov. 6 to ponder the ballot Payson Unified District School (PUSD) Board may overwhelm many voters -- with nine candidates for just three spots.
The Pine-Strawberry School District sits peacefully nestled in the Pine valley.
Globe businessman challenges incumbent with charges of election manipulations
The election in the Gila County Recorder’s race has heated up with accusations from challenger Mickie Nye.
Sewer hookup charges at center of unprecedented challenge for seats on board
For the first time in years, voters have a choice of candidates for the Northern Gila County Sanitary District board.
Rep. Tom Chabin pushes hardest for increased school spending while Rep. Chester Crandell crusades for state takeover of federal lands
Two veteran lawmakers are seeking the State Senate seat representing northern Gila County, offering voters a stark choice – with education and a proposed takeover of state land at the heart of the debate.
Don Ascoli, like all of the challengers in the more obscure countywide races, faces an uphill battle against incumbent Deborah Savage.
Candidates in brand new state legislative district disagree about education cuts, effort to control federal lands, host of issues
The wide-open contest to fill two seats in the totally redrawn State House Legislative District Six offers starkly contrasting prescriptions for reviving the state’s economy.
Incumbent Dale Hom faces first challenge in 25 years from Northern Gila County realtor Deborah Hughes
Dale Hom has quietly and efficiently managed the Gila County Assessor’s office for 25 years.