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Department of Justice asks Arizona Senate to respond to concerns about election audit (Jen Fifield / Arizona Republic)

"At first they told me it was because I was taking pictures of volunteers, and then later they said it was because there was a ballot on the photo," Ryan Randazzo, reporter at the Arizona Republic, on why he was removed from observing the Arizona audit.

From The Arizona Republic editorial board: Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers is sitting on SCR 1044, which would ask voters to approve in-state tuition for undocumented high school graduates.

Gov. Ducey is shuttering the board after an Arizona Republic investigation revealed its members approved a felon who forced employees to work while sick with COVID-19.

Gov. Ducey is shuttering the board responsible for licensing nursing home administrators after an Arizona Republic investigation revealed its members approved a felon who forced employees to work while sick with COVID-19.

Arizona Republic reporter @utilityreporter  "was escorted from the Arizona election audit site on Friday morning after posting a photo showing a former Republican legislator at a ballot counting table." He "was told his press privileges were revoked."

An Arizona Republic reporter was kicked out of the election audit site after posting a photo of former state Rep. Anthony Kern at a ballot counting table. Kern spoke on Jan. 6 at a rally outside the U.S. Capitol on the same day a mob stormed the building.

Republic reporter kicked out of Arizona audit site after tweet about former state lawmaker tallying votes @andrewboxford  / Arizona Republic)

Republic reporter kicked out of Arizona audit site after tweet about former state lawmaker tallying votes

11-20 added to The Arizona Republic's Fab 50 2024: Top high school football recruits who will be sophomores next season via @azcentral 

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Mark Kelly, should he win the Arizona Senate seat, could be sworn in as early as Nov. 30, according to elections law experts who spoke to the Arizona Republic

During the influenza pandemic of 1918, 95% of the citizens of Phoenix were estimated to have obeyed the city's compulsory mask order on its first day, per the Arizona Republic, 28 November 1918

To all who argue they're shocked about where we are, go back and look at the vast majority of newspapers that didn't endorse Trump for president. Their warnings are eerily prescient. This was predictable. Case in point, the conservative Arizona Republic:

Arizona Republic endorses Kyrsten Sinema for Senate, first time choosing Dem candidate since at least 2000, per Axios

The Arizona Republic ed board endorses Hillary Clinton, first time we've ever backed a Democrat for president.

After The Arizona Republic endorsed Hillary Clinton, the subscription cancellations came every 10 minutes

The Arizona Republic is endorsing Hillary Clinton for president, its first time ever backing a Democrat…

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The Arizona Republic began publication in 1890. This is the first time they’ve endorsed a Democrat.

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