Arizona Elections

2018 Arizona Election Candidates

Governor

Doug Ducey Photo
Doug Ducey
Republican
David Garcia Photo
David Garcia
Democrat

U.S. Senate

Martha McSally Photo
Martha McSally
Republican
Kyrsten Sinema Photo
Kyrsten Sinema
Democrat

Secretary of State

Steve Gaynor Photo
Steve Gaynor
Republican
Katie Hobbs Photo
Katie Hobbs
Democrat

Superintendent Of Public Instruction

Kathy Hoffman Photo
Kathy Hoffman
Democrat
Frank Riggs Photo
Frank Riggs
Republican

1st Congressional District

Tom O'Halleran  Photo
Tom O'Halleran
Democrat
Wendy Rogers Photo
Wendy Rogers
Republican

2nd Congressional District

Ann Kirkpatrick   Photo
Ann Kirkpatrick
Democrat
Lea Marquez Peterson Photo
Lea Marquez Peterson
Republican

3rd Congressional District

Raúl Grijalva  Photo
Raúl Grijalva
Democrat
Nicolas Pierson Photo
Nick Pierson
Republican

4th Congressional District

David Brill  Photo
David Brill
Democrat
Paul Gosar  Photo
Paul Gosar
Republican
Haryaksha Gregor Knauer Photo
Haryaksha Gregor Knauer
Green

5th Congressional District

Andy Biggs Photo
Andy Biggs
Republican
Joan Greene Photo
Joan Greene
Democrat

6th Congressional District

Anita Malik Photo
Anita Malik
Democrat
David Schweikert Photo
David Schweikert
Republican

7th Congressional District

Ruben Gallego Photo
Ruben Gallego
Democrat

8th Congressional District

Debbie Lesko Photo
Debbie Lesko
Republican
Hiral Tipirneni Photo
Hiral Tipirneni
Democrat

9th Congressional District

Steve Ferrara Photo
Steve Ferrara
Republican
Greg Stanton Photo
Greg Stanton
Democrat
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.
More Arizona Election Coverage
Money is rolling in for both Arizona candidates and ballot measures in advance of next week’s primary, and November’s general election. In some cases, there’s a lot of money rolling in.
Aug. 22, 2018
The political ads we’ve gotten so used to invading our space wouldn’t have been possible without a ground-breaker from President Lyndon Johnson’s 1964 campaign against Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater.
Aug. 22, 2018
Ducey's critics have noticed he has not accepted invitations to debate pressing topics like school safety and gun control.
Aug. 22, 2018
New reports filed with the Arizona Secretary of State's Office shows that the initiative, Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona, has collected nearly $8 million. And almost every penny of that has come from a political action committee set up by California billionaire Tom Steyer.
Aug. 22, 2018
Republicans want to block Democrats from taking over the chamber, and to do that, they will likely need to win in Arizona. But with less than three months before Election Day, the party first has to settle a bitter primary battle being fought largely over which candidate is President Trump’s best ally on immigration.
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Aug. 22, 2018
Over 187,000 signatures were validated by the office, exceeding the minimum needed by more than 30,000.
Aug. 21, 2018
The ACLU said Michele Reagan needs to more quickly update the address of voters who’ve moved, so they can cast ballots in November. Reagan says that’s happening, but won’t be done this year.
Aug. 21, 2018
The council will appoint someone to represent District 8 which covers parts of downtown, south Phoenix and Laveen.
Aug. 21, 2018
Several voting rights organizations have filed a lawsuit against Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan. This comes nine months after Reagan was warned that she may be violating federal voting rights.
Aug. 20, 2018
The Showtime comedy "Who Is America?" is Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest attempt to totally disguise himself in the name of comedy. Under various personas, the comedian has spoken with politicians, gun lobbyists and rappers, some who later complained they were tricked into being on the show.
Aug. 20, 2018
Discussing the week in news with public policy consultant and former legislative leader Chris Herstam and Wes Gullett, CEO of OH Strategic Communications.
Aug. 17, 2018
The August primary elections are just a few weeks away now, and early voting is well underway. In fact, nearly half of early votes have already been cast.
Aug. 17, 2018
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge yesterday ruled the Invest in Education initiative can be on November’s ballot.
Aug. 17, 2018
The Takeaway: Should Politicians Allow Big Money To Finance American Politics?
There's a growing call for politicians to reject special interest money. Are grassroots campaigns the future of American politics? Or will big money win the day?
Aug. 17, 2018
Voter registration will not be updated to automatically reflect address on drivers licence by November election.
Aug. 17, 2018
Arizona independents wanting to participate in the primaries need to choose a Republican or Democratic ballot by the end of this week for a chance to vote. As of Thursday, the Maricopa County Recorder's office was still trying to contact about 400 independent voters who need to resubmit for early voting.
Aug. 16, 2018
Right now, the mayor and council members are elected in odd-numbered years. Proposition 411 would move election day to line up with state and federal elections in November of even-numbered years, starting in 2020. Any run-offs would be held the following March.
Aug. 16, 2018
Two of the three candidates in the Republican U.S. Senate primary, Joe Arpaio and Kelli Ward, have called for debates. The third candidate, Martha McSally, has said she’s not interested this close to election day. Meanwhile, in the GOP gubernatorial primary, Ken Bennett has criticized his opponent, Gov. Doug Ducey, for being unwilling to debate.
Aug. 16, 2018
Gov. Doug Ducey is doubling down on his push for a law to let judges take guns from some people considered "dangerous'' even though it was that provision that killed pretty much his entire school safety plan earlier this year.
Aug. 16, 2018
There’s near universal agreement in Arizona that the state needs to increase funding for K-12 education. But the proposal to increase taxes on the state’s wealthier residents is where the dramatic disagreement starts.
Aug. 15, 2018

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