Landslide victory: Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane, challenger Bob Littlefield talk points of outcome

Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane has won his re-election campaign against challenger Bob Littlefield. Unofficial results show Mayor Lane beat Mr. [...] Continue Reading →

Mannari: hope found at the Scottsdale polls

The idea of taking a 2-year-old to the polls is as appealing as the idea of sticking your head into a centrifuge. And yet, at 4:35 yesterday [...] Continue Reading →

Cantor: vote for Littlefield and Phillips Nov. 8

Please vote for Bob Littlefield for Scottsdale mayor and Guy Phillips for city council. And, remember that they respect the residents and the [...] Continue Reading →

Seeking civility in the contentious 2016 Scottsdale City Council race

Voters go to the polls Nov. 8 to cast their votes and put an end to the litany of accusations, name calling and downright nastiness so prevalent [...] Continue Reading →

Schweiker: the time is now for Scottsdale leadership

When I co-founded China Mist Tea in 1982, we were proud to set up shop in Scottsdale and start growing our business. It’s a great city where the [...] Continue Reading →

Korte: more perspectives than one shaped the McDowell Sonoran Preserve

There is something to be said for perspective. One of the greatest honors I’ve had in my 30 years of community service to Scottsdale was being [...] Continue Reading →

Phillips: dark money campaign against me is ‘monkey business’

Recently my opposition started a negative campaign saying I’m bad for business. What they mean is I’m bad for their monkey business. To no one’s [...] Continue Reading →

A resident’s view of politics surrounding the Scottsdale City Council election

This year, for the city of Scottsdale, three city council seats and the mayor will be determined plus you will vote on a charter amendment to fix [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council candidates solidify political promises

Local voters will elect three people to Scottsdale City Council and a mayor after foregoing a primary election process, at the Tuesday, Nov. 8 [...] Continue Reading →

City council candidates discuss downtown Scottsdale perceptions

Scottsdale voters will elect three people to Scottsdale City Council and a mayor after foregoing a primary election process, at the Tuesday, Nov. [...] Continue Reading →