Arizona Elections

2018 Arizona Election Candidates


Doug Ducey Photo
Doug Ducey
David Garcia Photo
David Garcia

U.S. Senate

Martha McSally Photo
Martha McSally
Kyrsten Sinema Photo
Kyrsten Sinema

Secretary of State

Steve Gaynor Photo
Steve Gaynor
Katie Hobbs Photo
Katie Hobbs

Superintendent Of Public Instruction

Kathy Hoffman Photo
Kathy Hoffman
Frank Riggs Photo
Frank Riggs

1st Congressional District

Tom O'Halleran  Photo
Tom O'Halleran
Wendy Rogers Photo
Wendy Rogers

2nd Congressional District

Ann Kirkpatrick   Photo
Ann Kirkpatrick
Lea Marquez Peterson Photo
Lea Marquez Peterson

3rd Congressional District

Raúl Grijalva  Photo
Raúl Grijalva
Nicolas Pierson Photo
Nick Pierson

4th Congressional District

David Brill  Photo
David Brill
Paul Gosar  Photo
Paul Gosar
Haryaksha Gregor Knauer Photo
Haryaksha Gregor Knauer

5th Congressional District

Andy Biggs Photo
Andy Biggs
Joan Greene Photo
Joan Greene

6th Congressional District

Anita Malik Photo
Anita Malik
David Schweikert Photo
David Schweikert

7th Congressional District

Ruben Gallego Photo
Ruben Gallego

8th Congressional District

Debbie Lesko Photo
Debbie Lesko
Hiral Tipirneni Photo
Hiral Tipirneni

9th Congressional District

Steve Ferrara Photo
Steve Ferrara
Greg Stanton Photo
Greg Stanton
Arizona's 3rd Congressional District candidates, Democratic Rep. Raul Grijalva and Republican Nicolas Pierson, debated Wednesday night in Tucson. Grijalva is the incumbent, having served as the district's representative since 2013. Grijalva is the incumbent, having served as the district's representative since 2013.
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The Takeaway: As Distrust Grows, Who
According to Gallup, the average trust in institutions like the presidency, public schools, the Supreme Court and organized religion is just 33 percent. The institutions Americans most trust, and one of the only institutions with more than 50 percent confidence, is the military.
Aug. 31, 2018
Voters will not decide in November whether to increase taxes on some Arizonans to fund education. The Arizona Supreme Court on Wednesday afternoon ruled the Invest in Education initiative would not be on the ballot.
Aug. 30, 2018
InvestinEd and Dark Money are off, but Clean Energy will appear.
Aug. 30, 2018
The brief, filed Wednesday, said the way the education funding initiative was worded, "creates a danger of confusion." The court also said the proposition didn't include wording to keep in indexing, a process to adjust tax brackets for inflation.
Aug. 29, 2018
At least seven classroom teachers running in primaries are most likely moving on based on unofficial voting results.
Aug. 29, 2018
There were a lot of very interesting results from Tuesday's primary — including some surprises and statewide incumbents losing to challengers. We’ll be touching on some of those.
Aug. 29, 2018
Polling place issues was one of the big stories during Tuesday's primary elections. During the afternoon, Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes asked the Board of Supervisors to consider asking for an extension of voting hours. That request was denied.
Aug. 29, 2018
City of Phoenix voters said “yes” to six propositions on the ballot on Tuesday, but on a ballot where one side had a list of names and political parties and the other side had long lines of fine print, it might be a mystery as to what citizens actually voted for.
Aug. 29, 2018
Former Arizona State Representative Don Shooter made international headlines as the first state lawmaker ousted after the #MeToo Movement. Tuesday night he lost his primary bid for a state Senate seat.
Aug. 29, 2018
Tuesday was a busy primary day across Arizona — and one of the key issues were problems at some Phoenix-area polling places and frustrated voters. Analysts Hugh Hallman, attorney and former Tempe mayor, and John MacDonald, of Policy AZ, also weighed in on primary day.
Aug. 28, 2018
A little after 9:30 p.m. Tuesday night, former teacher Kathy Hoffman led the Democratic primary for Arizona superintendent of public instruction. Icumbent Diane Douglas trailed in a five-way Republican primary behind education professor Bob Branch and former California congressman Frank Riggs.
Problems Reported At Phoenix-Area Polling Places | Complete Coverage
Aug. 28, 2018
Tuesday is primary election day and voters all over the state are casting their votes. Joining The Show to talk about how the voting is going is Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes.
Aug. 28, 2018
Two court decisions came down just hours before primary day voting began.
Aug. 28, 2018
The polls are closed for Arizona's primary election, but some people are still waiting to cast votes. Social media video shows long lines of voters outside public libraries in Tempe and Phoenix.
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Aug. 28, 2018
The Show regularly checks in with Editorial Board of the Arizona Republic to talk about the big issues facing the state and the region — featured in the newspaper’s Viewpoints section.
Aug. 27, 2018
Discussing the week in news with Chuck Coughlin, president and CEO of HighGround, and former Tempe Mayor Neil Giuliano, who is currently the CEO of Greater Phoenix Leadership.
Aug. 24, 2018
For those who are high-efficacy voters and who follow public policy discussions, there’s also a growing disconnect between what they believe elected officials and governments should be accomplishing and what really seems to be happening.
Aug. 24, 2018
The Takeaway: Health Care And The Midterms
On Tuesday, Facebook and Twitter announced they had purged hundreds of suspicious accounts and pages that were masquerading as news outlets and other social media personas. The companies say they believe these pages originated in Iran.
Aug. 24, 2018
Secretary of State Michele Reagan says there are now more than 3.6 million voters in Arizona, and the majority are registered Republicans.
Aug. 24, 2018
Arizona gubernatorial hopeful Ken Bennett is blaming Secretary of State Michele Reagan for not being able to qualify for public funding after the website for Clean Elections funding stopped taking donations at 5 p.m. on Tuesday.
Aug. 23, 2018