Jude Joffe-Block appears in the following:
Thursday, August 24, 2017
President Trump said at a rally in Phoenix that Sheriff Joe Arpaio "will be fine," hinting at a potential pardon. Should he be let off the hook for his contempt of court conviction?
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
A recent presidential tweet called Flake "WEAK" and "toxic." Flake says Trump and his supporters "have given in to the politics of anger."
Monday, June 26, 2017
A criminal trial begins Monday in which Arpaio is accused of ignoring a federal judge's order to curtail his crackdown on illegal immigration. His lawyer argues that the order wasn't clear.
Monday, June 26, 2017
The trial of former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio on criminal contempt charges begins Monday. Arpaio is accused of ignoring a judge's order to stop traffic patrols that targeted immigrants.
Sunday, June 25, 2017
Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio goes on trial starting Monday for contempt of court. Arpaio is a controversial figure in Arizona for his strict anti-immigration policy enforcement.
Monday, December 19, 2016
A new Arizona law targets cities that pass laws state lawmakers deem to be in violation of state law by cutting off their funds. It's the latest escalation in a long-running conflict between rural and urban areas.
Friday, October 21, 2016
How do Republicans appeal to Latino voters in a year when their presidential nominee has campaigned for a wall with Mexico and mass deportation?
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Although Donald Trump's rhetoric has alienated many Latino voters, Arizona's Republican Party is still trying to woo Latino voters along the Mexican border.
Tuesday, October 04, 2016
A third-generation Mexican-American, Mary Graham says she is hoping Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence — a fellow Catholic — can persuade her in tonight's debate to vote for his ticket.
Saturday, October 01, 2016
One of the country's most expensive races for local office is in Arizona's Maricopa County where Sheriff Joe Arpaio, a noted opponent of illegal immigration, has the toughest challenge of his career.
Friday, September 16, 2016
State leaders in Arizona have reached a settlement over a controversial immigration enforcement law. The attorney general agreed to issue guidance directing police and sheriff's deputies not to make immigration arrests.
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
The last time Arizona voters picked a Democrat for president was two decades ago to re-elect Bill Clinton in 1996. Before that, it was 1948 when Harry Truman was on the ballot.
Monday, August 22, 2016
A federal judge in Phoenix wants Sheriff Joe Arpaio to face criminal charges for violating court orders in a racial profiling case. The case is now in the hands of federal prosecutors, who are deciding whether to take legal action against the six-term sheriff.
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
The GOP carried Arizona in nine of the last 10 presidential elections, but Hispanics in Maricopa County could swing the state to the Democrats this November.
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Sheriff Joe Arpaio was found in contempt for violating court orders related to a longstanding racial profiling lawsuit. Many believe the judge will ultimately refer the case to a criminal prosecutor.
Saturday, May 07, 2016
Arizona Sen. John McCain has spent 30 years in the Senate but he's worried that sharing a ballot with Donald Trump this November could cost him his Senate seat.
Friday, March 25, 2016
Arizonans of all political stripes were appalled by extremely long lines at polling stations during this week's presidential primary. NPR explores why the lines were so long and if the problems will persist in November.
Saturday, March 19, 2016
Business leaders remember an economic boycott against the state for its 2010 immigration bill and worry about international consequences of a Trump presidency.
Friday, March 18, 2016
Donald Trump's strong language on immigration has found many supporters in Arizona — a state where toughening border control has been popular for years. But that stance has also had a negative impact on the state's business community.
Sunday, February 28, 2016
The biggest group of voters politicians will have to woo this November are the ones who often don't get a say in which candidates make it to the general election ballot.
Turned off by the partisan wars in Washington, 39 percent of voters now identify themselves as independent rather than ...