Are You Really Precluded from Voting a New Ballot if your Presidential Candidate Drops Out?

Early voting for the Presidential Preference Election (PPE) in Arizona began on February 19, 2020, but it seems as if Democratic candidates are suspending their campaigns by the day.  Some election officials have recently announced that you cannot cast a new ballot if your preferred candidate recently dropped out, indicating that your only remedy mightRead moreRead more

3 Things to Watch Ahead of Today’s Presidential Filing Deadline

The deadline to file as a presidential candidate in Arizona is today. Here are 3 things to watch as the 5 p.m. deadline approaches.

Judge Blocks CA Law Requiring Presidential Candidates to Disclose Tax Returns – How Does Arizona Compare?

A federal district court judge in California tentatively ruled yesterday that California may not require a presidential candidate to disclose his or her tax returns to the California Secretary of State as a condition of gaining ballot access to run in the state’s presidential primary election. In stark contrast, Arizona has shown little appetite toRead moreRead more