How Russia Wants to Undermine the U.S. Election – Time Magazine


What’s behind Russia’s effort to influence the U.S. election The leaders of the U.S. government, including the President and his top national-security advisers, face an unprecedented dilemma. Since the spring, U.S. intelligence and law-enforcement agencies have seen mounting evidence of an active Russian influence operation targeting the 2016 presidential election. It is very unlikely the …

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Mercury game hosts mock election for 4,000 kids

Phoenix Mercury Mock Election with Secretary of State Michele Reagan

 Kaila White, The Republic | Some with popcorn and slushies in hand, most dressed in school uniforms of khaki and plaid, the children lined up to scan their official ballots into a voting machine under a “concessions” sign. Two or three times a year, thousands of kids take a field trip to see the …

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Goddard concedes Secretary of State race to Reagan

Michele Reagan for Secretary of State

Terry Goddard late Friday conceded the race for secretary of state to Republican Michele Reagan. It ends three days of watching and waiting, as Goddard’s vote count consistently trailed Reagan by four percentage points. In a phone message to The Republic, Goddard said he left a message for Reagan on her state Senate phone, the …

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Reagan’s good idea: Move primary to June


It didn’t come up in this week’s debate, but in Michele Reagan’s plan for the secretary of state, there is a good idea I’ve long tub-thumped for: moving Arizona’s primary election to June. Arizona’s primary used to be in early September. The county recorders lobbied to move it to late August, to give them more …

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