The 5 Biggest Lies Ducey Told at Tonight’s Debate

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Last night was the first debate in the Arizona governor’s race, featuring David Garcia (Democrat), Angel Torres (Green Party), and Doug Ducey (Republican). The debate was full of political spin and outright lies from Governor Doug Ducey, who often appeared frustrated and balked on hard questions on education and his record. Here are the top five biggest whoppers and most … Read More

Doug Ducey Should Stand With Women, Survivors and Revoke His Support for Brett Kavanaugh

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Phoenix–Statement from Josselyn Berry, Co-Director at ProgressNow Arizona: “With Brett Kavanaugh now facing four possible allegations of sexual misconduct, it is crystal clear that he should not be named to a lifetime position on the Supreme Court. Doug Ducey said last week that he supports Kavanaugh, and Ducey recently appointed Jon Kyl, who played a key role in steering Kavanaugh’s … Read More

Last Week This Morning: Polls Polls Polls

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It’s hard to keep up with all the important happenings in this era of the 24 hour news cycle. That’s why we at ProgressNow Arizona want to make it easy for you to catch up on all the Arizona progressive news you can use. Whether it’s about how the craziness in Washington, DC affects us here in Arizona, what’s happening … Read More

BREAKING: New Poll Shows David Garcia Neck and Neck With Doug Ducey in Arizona Governor’s Race

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Despite millions in outside dark money, the Arizona Governor’s Race is Competitive Phoenix- A new post-primary poll, commissioned by ProgressNow Arizona paints the picture of an incredibly competitive state and highlights clear opportunities for multiple statewide Democratic victories. Most compelling is the governor’s race, which has Governor Doug Ducey and Democrat David Garcia neck and neck, with Garcia capturing 48 … Read More

Doug Ducey Still Supports Brett Kavanaugh Despite Sexual Assault Allegations

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We believe women. We believe Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. This weekend, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford came forward and said publicly that Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her when they were both in high school. Back in July, despite concerns even then with Kavanaugh’s qualifications,  Governor Doug Ducey signed onto a letter in support of Brett Kavanaugh. When asked by … Read More

Last Week This Morning: Attack of the Attacks Ads

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It’s hard to keep up with all the important happenings in this era of the 24 hour news cycle. That’s why we at ProgressNow Arizona want to make it easy for you to catch up on all the Arizona progressive news you can use. Whether it’s about how the craziness in Washington, DC affects us here in Arizona, what’s happening … Read More

Last Week This Morning: Vote local, think local

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It’s hard to keep up with all the important happenings in this era of the 24 hour news cycle. That’s why we at ProgressNow Arizona want to make it easy for you to catch up on all the Arizona progressive news you can use. Whether it’s about how the craziness in Washington, DC affects us here in Arizona, what’s happening … Read More

Here Are Ten Major Scandals that Hit Arizona in July

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In Arizona there’s two things we always seem to have plenty of: sunshine and corrupt politicians. But these past few weeks have been particularly bad on the scandal and general-terrible-ness front. Perhaps the state’s leaders have been drinking too much of George Johnson’s dirty water? We wanted to help you keep track of what’s been happening — here’s a round-up of … Read More

Second Week of AZWatergate Corruption Trial: A Dark Web of Connections

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Last week was the second week of the AZWatergate Corruption trial and the tentacles of scandal have reached Governor Doug Ducey, Chamber of Commerce CEO Glenn Hamer, and APS. Why does this matter? It’s beginning to reveal a dark web of connections between power-hungry politicians who are striving to control Arizona–all the way up to the governor’s office. Make no … Read More