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Bolick enters race for Secretary of State
The state legislator from Phoenix joins a growing crowd in the Republican primary.
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Delta variant of COVID-19 in Pima County
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Hundreds of millions of dollars will go to help fight wildfires and communities impacted by the fires.
Matt Salmon enters race for Governor
The former Congressman is joining the Republican primary.
Arizona lawmakers advance $100M fire fund in special session
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Florida sending cops to Arizona border
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