Arizona

FILE - In this Dec. 2, 2020, file photo, Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey answers a question during a news conference in Phoenix. Gov. Doug Ducey used his executive powers Monday, April 19, 2021, to prohibit local and regional governments from making "vaccine passports" a requirement for people to enter businesses or get services, calling it an encroachment on the private medical information of Arizona residents. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, Pool, File)

Ariz. Gov. Ducey urges Biden admin. to declare crisis at southern border

More officials are sounding the alarm on the Biden border crisis as the White House continues to do nothing to stop illegal immigration. While speaking to reporters in Yuma on Wednesday, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) said he was sending National Guard troops to assist at immigration detention centers in order to help local law enforcement agencies.



Democrat groups trying to obstruct Ariz. election audit

The Arizona election audit is primed to begin this month, 126 days after the Senate first issued a subpoena. The audit has largely remained a non-partisan effort, but it has garnered a lot of obstruction from Democrat non-profit groups aiming to stall or stop the process. One America’s Christina Bobb has more from Washington.





Ariz. auditors weathering attacks

The Arizona election audit is set to begin sometime this month and auditors are working diligently to coordinate logistics and finalize needed resources. One America’s Christina Bobb has more from Washington.



Ariz. lawmakers push for election transparency

The Arizona election audit continues to move slowly forward with a projected start date of mid-April. While the state Senate first-served Maricopa County with a subpoena for the information 115 days ago, the Senate is still fighting for access. One America’s Christina Bobb has more from Washington.