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Arpaio promised in an email to supporters that he would represent “a conservative vote.”
A judge found no legal grounds to overturn the pardon.
By pardoning racist ex-sheriff Joe Arpaio, President Trump is “rewarding him for waging war on minority communities,” one group states in a court brief.
Talking points to be used after Arpaio is pardoned have also been prepared, according to CNN.
About 64 percent of Arizona’s school students are Hispanic, according to state figures.
The president on Friday evening pardoned the anti-immigration sheriff who was found guilty of racially profiling Latinos.
President Trump is “seriously considering a pardon” for Arpaio, who last month was found guilty of violating a court order in a racial profiling case.
Arpaio, 85, faces a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a fine when he is sentenced on the misdemeanor offense on Oct. 5.
The canvas compound known as “Tent City” in southwest Phoenix, long branded inhumane by civil rights groups, is no longer needed to handle the inmate population, new Maricopa Sheriff Paul Penzone said.
Paul Penzone, the former Phoenix police officer who defeated Arpaio, promised to restore "respect, that transparency and that confidence to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office."
In a victory for Republicans, the law restricts ballot collection by third parties in Arizona — where Trump currently has a slight lead over Clinton.
Joe Arpaio "denies the allegations" that he racially profiled Hispanic drivers he unfoundedly believed were undocumented immigrants.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio repeatedly racially profiled Hispanics — despite a court order saying he cannot detain drivers on his unfounded suspicion they are illegal immigrants.
A federal judge recommended criminal contempt charges against Joe Arpaio, an Arizona sheriff at the center of racial profiling incidents.
Mayor of Huachuca City, Arizona, outraged by Border Mayors Association event invitation written in English and "Spanish/Mexican."
Judge in Arizona says victims profiled by racist Sheriff Joe Arpaio could receive up to $1,500 for the first hour and an additional $200 for every 20 minutes they were detained.
Arizona’s Joe Arpaio ignored court orders and encouraged his deputies to scrutinize Latino drivers more than whites, a federal judge found.
Up to five-hour lines to vote last week in Arizona — highlighting pattern of states with history of discrimination disenfranchising minority voters.
One of the six girls in the photo apologizes, while a privileged school and community are placed in the national spotlight for racism.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of Dreamers permanently keeping the temporary license issued to them last month, giving them access to the same rights as other non-citizens.
The Southeast Arizona Land Exchange Conservation Act means copper gains for Resolution Copper, but a potential loss of access to land that is sacred to the Apache tribe.
An Arizona man who is running for Congress claimed he saw a bus of migrant children with “fear on their faces,” before a reporter told him it was a summer camp bus.
The Republican, currently running for re-election continues to publically apologize, announces he will not resign.
Tucson's school board has cancelled the district’s high-school Mexican American Studies program and forcibly banned a series of books dealing with race. This letter details how you can help.