John D'Anna and Anne Ryman Arizona Republic Published 2:32 AM EST Nov 7, 2018 Good evening, Arizona! Today is Election Day. Follow @azcpolitics on social media, and use the hashtag #ElectionDayAZ. We'll be filing updates here throughout the day, so check back often. For complete vote tallies, visit results.azcentral.com. 11:15 p.m.: U.S. Senate race too close to call Arizona's costly and contentious Senate race remained a nail-biter late Tuesday night as the contest between Republican Rep. Martha McSally and Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema for U.S. Senate was too close to call. Hundreds of thousands of ballots were still uncounted as the two congresswomen were separated by only a few thousand votes. Election officials in Maricopa County, the state's largest, have warned that many votes may not start to be counted until Thursday, according to the Associated Press. With the race so close, neither McSally nor Sinema made any public remarks on Tuesday night. Also … [Read more...] about Arizona election updates: Winners declared as results roll in
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John D'Anna and Anne Ryman Arizona Republic Published 9:30 PM EST Nov 6, 2018 Good evening, Arizona! Today is Election Day. Follow @azcpolitics on social media, and use the hashtag #ElectionDayAZ. We'll be filing updates here throughout the day, so check back often. For complete vote tallies, visit results.azcentral.com. 7:30 p.m.: Why a polling station at a Chandler golf school was closed On the night before Election Day, workers set up a polling station at the Golf Academy of America school in Chandler. What they didn't know was that hours before, a federal judge in Alabama had ruled against the financially troubled parent company of the golf school. In court papers, the Education Corporation of America said it faced two foreclosures if it was not allowed to restructure under court supervision and continue receiving moneys from students taking part in federal financial-aid programs. One of those pending foreclosures apparently was in Chandler. Poll workers … [Read more...] about LIVE Arizona election updates: Polls closed; results expected at 8 p.m.
LOS ANGELES — For years, many of us have gone to Google Drive to backup our files. Others have been subscribing to the Google-owned YouTube Red subscription service. Both services had major, confusing changes announced this week, along with YouTube Music, which is set to launch a new (get this) YouTube Music service, not to be mistaken for the old one. It's been a lot to take in. Let's spend a few minutes going over the changes. —Google One. This is the new name for Google's paid online storage subscription service, which backs up our files But it doesn't replace Google Drive. It's just the name of the service you subscribe to (average price $99 yearly for 2 terabyte of storage) that gets you to Drive. Free users still get 15 gigabytes of service on Drive. As part of the name change, paid subscribers will get a better deal--$99 had bought just 1 TB, and now you can get 2 TB. —YouTube Premium. That's the new name for what was … [Read more...] about Google confused? Here’s how Google is changing your back-up and music offerings