Schenkat: finance reports reveal top Scottsdale City Council candidate fundraisers

The quarterly campaign finance reports were posted to the city website yesterday. It is apparent to all that the developers and bar owners have [...] Continue Reading →

Crawford: Scottsdale political signs demonstrate democracy, free speech in action

It’s campaign season. The landscape is dotted with expressions of democracy. Signs exclaim that the process of a free election is under way are [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council candidates talk cure for the collateral damage of affluence

Local voters are set to elect three people to serve atop Scottsdale City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 6. This election year features five candidates [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council candidates talk future of economic development

Scottsdale voters will elect three people to serve as members of Scottsdale City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 6. This election year features five [...] Continue Reading →

City Council candidates opine merit of pending Scottsdale sales tax measure, infrastructure costs

Scottsdale voters Tuesday, Nov. 6 will elect three people to Scottsdale City Council. This election year showcases a total of five candidates [...] Continue Reading →

City Council candidates talk growing divisiveness of Scottsdale politicking

On Tuesday, Nov. 6 local voters will elect three people to Scottsdale City Council. This election year will showcase the chase for three seats [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council candidates talk local threats to quality of life

Local voters Tuesday, Nov. 6 will elect three people to Scottsdale City Council. This year’s election cycle will showcase the chase for three [...] Continue Reading →

Keagy: understanding the rules about political signs in Scottsdale

It’s that time of year – political signs are up throughout the Valley. During this period, it is common for people to contact the city with [...] Continue Reading →

Schenkat: rampant Scottsdale political signs are unnecessary

Do you ever wonder why some cities allow these disgusting signs to block their right of ways? Who really wants these signs? If you want to get [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council candidate has signatures challenged at Superior Court

Signatures gathered and submitted by Scottsdale City Council candidate Alyssa Robis have been challenged at Maricopa County Superior Court. [...] Continue Reading →