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ARIZONA GOVERNOR

 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY

                                        Fred DuVal                                         

Former Vice-President Clean Energy Corporation; 

Former Member of the Arizona Board of Regents; 

Former White House Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Affairs

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REPUBLICAN PARTY

           Ken Bennett   

Current Arizona Secretary of State;

Former President of Arizona Senate;

Former CEO of Bennett Oil Company;

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          Doug Ducey

Current Arizona State Treasurer;

Former CEO Cold Stone Creamery;

President of the Western State Treasurers' Association 

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        Christine Jones    

Former Executive Vice President GoDaddy;

Former lawyer with Beus Gilbert;

Founded Arizona Research Project  

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           Frank Riggs 

Former U.S. Congressman for California Dist. 1;

Former police officer and deputy sheriff;

U.S. Army veteran   

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            Scott Smith  

Current Mayor of Mesa, AZ;

Former President Great Western Homes;

Former President K. Hovnanian Homes  

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         Andrew Thomas 

Former Maricopa County Attorney;

Former Assistant Attorney General for Arizona;

Former Chief Attorney at the Arizona Department of Corrections 

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INDEPENDENT PARTY

                    John Lewis Mealer                       

Designer of the Mealer Automobile;

Developer, engineer, manufacturer and patent holder;

Author 

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LIBERTARIAN PARTY

           Barry Hess                            

Current Director Hess Foundation Trust;

Former U.S. Presidential Canidate in 2008;

Former U.S. Senate Canidate in 2000    

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U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, DISTRICT 2

 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY

                                  Ron Barber                                            

Incumbent: U.S. Representative Dist. 2;

Former District Director for U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords;

Former Director of the Arizona Division of Developmental Disabilities

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REPUBLICAN PARTY

 

                                                   Shelley Kais                                                             

Owner, Kais E. Systems, Inc.;

Founding member of the Southern Arizona Association of Government Accountants;

Former teacher 

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                Martha McSally     

Retired Colonel, U.S. Air Force; 

First woman to command a USAF fighter squadron;

Former professor at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies 

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               Chuck Wooten     

Founder Corona Consulting Corporation;

Former Vice President of Federal Business Development for SodexoUSA;

U.S. Air Force veteran 

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U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 3

 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY

                                          Raul Grijalva                                                 

Incumbent: U.S. Representative, Dist. 3;

Fromer Pima County Board of Supervisor;

Former board member for Tucson Unified School District   

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REPUBLICAN PARTY

 

                          Gabriela Saucedo Mercer                                           

Candidate U.S. House of Representatives Dist. 3 in 2012;

Worked for defense electronics firm;

Mother of three children 

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ARIZONA ATTORNEY GENERAL

 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY

 

                                      Felecia Rotellini                                                  

Prosecutor for private practice law firm; 

Former Superintendent of the State Banking Department in Arizona;

Former Arizona Attorney General's Office

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REPUBLICAN PARTY

 

                                         Mark Brnovich                                               

Current Director Arizona Dept. of Gaming;

Former Assistant U.S. Attorney; 

Director of the Goldwater Institute's Center for Constitutional Government   

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                           Tom Horne                        

Incumbent: Arizona Attorney General; 

Former Superintendent of Public Instruction in Arizona;

Former Respresntative in the Arizona House of Representatives 

Read more at his website  

 

 

Click the link to find out more information regarding voter information, polling places, and what identification is needed at the polling site: http://www.azsos.gov/election/

 

 

2014 Primary Election

 
2014 Primary Election


 

  Candidate Vote Count Vote Percent   Winner
Arizona Governor -- 1,562 of 1,566 precincts reporting (100%)
  Doug Ducey 159,402 37% (X)
  Scott Smith 93,654 22%  
  Christine Jones 71,793 17%  
  Ken Bennett 50,353 12%  
  Andrew Thomas 35,727 8%  
  Frank Riggs 19,627 5%  
Arizona Governor- Pima County -- 247 of 248 precincts reporting (100%)
  Doug Ducey [R] 27,266 44% (X)
  Scott Smith [R] 12,052 19%  
  Christine Jones [R] 11,071 18%  
  Ken Bennett [R] 5,491 9%  
  Frank Riggs [R] 3,622 6%  
  Andrew Thomas [R] 2,823 5%  

Arizona Governor- Maricopa County -- 724 of 724 precincts reporting (100%)
  Doug Ducey [R] 86,373 35% (X)
  Scott Smith [R] 63,530 26%  
  Christine Jones [R] 33,946 14%  
  Ken Bennett [R] 27,091 11%  
  Andrew Thomas [R] 23,923 10%  
  Frank Riggs [R] 9,053 4%  
U.S. House District 2 -- 192 of 194 precincts reporting (99%)
  Martha McSally [R] 47,631 69% (X)
  Chuck Wooten [R] 16,353 24%  
  Shelley Kais [R] 5,371 8%  
U.S. House District 1 -- 325 of 327 precincts reporting (99%)
  Andy Tobin [R] 15,168 36%  
  Gary Kiehne [R] 14,877 35%  
  Adam Kwasman [R] 12,200 29%  
U.S. House District 7 Dem - Primary -- 105 of 105 precincts reporting (100%)
  Ruben Gallego 11,644 48% (X)
  Mary Rose Wilcox 8,806 37%  
  Randy Camacho 1,850 8%  
  Jarrett Maupin 1,797 7%  
Arizona Attorney General -- 1,562 of 1,566 precincts reporting (100%)
  Mark Brnovich [R] 221,028 53% (X)
  Tom Horne [R] 195,234 47%  
Arizona Secretary of State -- 1,562 of 1,566 precincts reporting (100%)
  Michele Reagan [R] 175,089 43% (X)
  Justin Pierce [R] 140,224 35%  
  Wil Cardon [R] 88,048 22%  
Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction- Dem. -- 1,562 of 1,566 precincts reporting (100%)
  David Garcia [D] 134,299 53% (X)
  Sharon Thomas [D] 117,988 47%  
Supt. of Public Instruction- Dem. -- 1,562 of 1,566 precincts reporting (100%)
  David Garcia 134,299 53% (X)
  Sharon Thomas 117,988 47%  
Supt. of Public Instruction GOP -- 1,562 of 1,566 precincts reporting (100%)
  Diane Douglas [R] 232,254 58% (X)
  John Huppenthal [R] 166,764 42%  
Treasurer GOP -- 1,562 of 1,566 precincts reporting (100%)
  Jeff Dewit 173,154 45% (X)
  Hugh Hallman 125,019 32%  
  Randy Pullen 87,318 23%  
Corporation Commissioner GOP -- 1,562 of 1,566 precincts reporting (100%)
  Tom Forese 199,628 29%  
  Doug Little 200,017 29%  
  Lucy Mason 160,824 23%  
  Vernon Parker 127,625 19%  
District 1 -- 48 of 49 precincts reporting (98%)
  Karen Fann 14,641 36%  
  Noel Campbell 12,095 30%  
  Linda Gray 10,184 25%  
  Sean Englund 3,502 9%  
District 11 -- 61 of 61 precincts reporting (100%)
  Steve Smith 12,484 69% (X)
  Scott Bartle 5,489 31%  
District 11 Rep -- 61 of 61 precincts reporting (100%)
  Vince Leach 12,268 42%  
  Mark Finchem 10,653 36%  
  Jo Grant 6,425 22%  
District 13 -- 50 of 50 precincts reporting (100%)
  Steve Montenegro 8,560 37%  
  Darin Mitchell 8,546 37%  
  Diane Landis 5,796 25%  
District 13 -- 50 of 50 precincts reporting (100%)
  Don Shooter 8,848 65% (X)
  Toby Farmer 4,854 35%  
District 14 Rep -- 94 of 94 precincts reporting (100%)
  David Stevens 23,265 41%  
  David Gowan 23,579 41%  
  Susan Syfert 10,042 18%  
District 15 -- 42 of 42 precincts reporting (100%)
  Heather Carter 9,293 38% (X)
  John Allen 7,483 31%  
  David Smith 7,474 31%  
District 15 -- 42 of 42 precincts reporting (100%)
  Nancy Barto 10,009 62% (X)
  David Ryan 6,217 38%  
District 16 -- 40 of 40 precincts reporting (100%)
  Kelly Townsend 9,180 38%  
  Doug Coleman 6,762 28%  
  John Fillmore 5,299 22%  
  Adam Stevens 2,955 12%  
District 16 -- 40 of 40 precincts reporting (100%)
  David Farnsworth 8,222 55% (X)
  Taylor McArthur 6,652 45%  
District 18 -- 42 of 42 precincts reporting (100%)
  Jill Norgaard 8,492 32%  
  Bob Robson 8,166 31%  
  John King 5,582 21%  
  David Pheanis 4,424 17%  
District 18 -- 42 of 42 precincts reporting (100%)
  Jeff Dial 9,805 60% (X)
  Tom Morrissey 6,555 40%  
District 19 -- 28 of 28 precincts reporting (100%)
  Lupe Chavira Contreras 2,407 54% (X)
  Angela Cotera 2,092 46%  
District 20 -- 47 of 47 precincts reporting (100%)
  Paul Boyer 6,996 32%  
  Anthony Kern 4,907 22%  
  Carl Seel 3,762 17%  
  Bill Adams 3,539 16%  
  Thurane Aung Khin 2,718 12%  
District 23 -- 57 of 57 precincts reporting (100%)
  Michelle Ugenti 14,453 35% (X)
  Jay Lawrence 10,229 25%  
  Bob Littlefield 9,590 23%  
  Effie Carlson 7,238 17%  
District 23 -- 57 of 57 precincts reporting (100%)
  John Kavanagh 12,968 54% (X)
  Jeff Schwartz 11,246 46%  
District 24 -- 40 of 40 precincts reporting (100%)
  Lela Alston 6,646 43%  
  Ken Clark 5,511 36%  
  Richard Bauer 3,266 21%  
District 25 -- 37 of 37 precincts reporting (100%)
  Justin Olson 11,618 33% (X)
  Russell Bowers 9,608 28%  
  Michelle Udall 9,163 26%  
  Jerry Walker 2,228 6%  
  Haydee Dawson 2,242 6%  
District 25 -- 37 of 37 precincts reporting (100%)
  Bob Worsley 11,594 54% (X)
  Ralph Heap 10,054 46%  
District 27 -- 35 of 35 precincts reporting (100%)
  Rebecca Rios 3,815 30% (X)
  Reginald Bolding 3,406 27%  
  Norma Munoz 3,171 25%  
  Marcelino Quinonez 2,311 18%  
District 27 -- 35 of 35 precincts reporting (100%)
  Catherine Miranda 4,515 55% (X)
  Aaron Marquez 3,654 45%  
District 28 -- 57 of 57 precincts reporting (100%)
  Kate Brophy McGee 12,685 47% (X)
  Shawnna Bolick 7,215 27%  
  Mary Hamway 7,222 27%  
District 29 -- 33 of 33 precincts reporting (100%)
  Richard Andrade 2,311 29%  
  Ceci Velasquez 2,146 27%  
  Denice Garcia 1,907 24%  
  Steve Chapman 1,620 20%  
District 29 -- 33 of 33 precincts reporting (100%)
  Martin Quezada 2,501 50%  
  Lydia Hernandez 2,537 50%  
District 3 -- 41 of 41 precincts reporting (100%)
  Olivia Cajero Bedford 6,057 59% (X)
  Salomon Baldenegro 4,191 41%  
State Rep. District 4 -- 59 of 59 precincts reporting (100%)
  Lisa Otondo 3,647 39%  
  Charlene Fernandez 3,601 38%  
  Jose Suarez 2,151 23%  
District 5 -- 82 of 82 precincts reporting (100%)
  Sonny Borrelli 10,602 35%  
  Regina Cobb 6,517 22%  
  Sam Medrano 5,176 17%  
  Jennifer Jones 4,586 15%  
  George Schnittgrund 3,400 11%  
District 7 -- 122 of 124 precincts reporting (98%)
  Albert Hale 11,765 43%  
  Jennifer Benally 9,030 33%  
  Joshua Butler 6,315 23%  
District 7 -- 122 of 124 precincts reporting (98%)
  Carlyle Begay 9,428 43% (X)
  Eric Descheenie 6,285 29%  
  Jamescita Peshlakai 6,030 28%  
District 8 -- 142 of 142 precincts reporting (100%)
  Trent Franks 40,855 73% (X)
  Clair Van Steenwyk 15,406 27%  
District 8 -- 69 of 69 precincts reporting (100%)
  Frank Pratt 4,414 33%  
  Thomas Shope 4,006 30%  
  Darla Dawald 2,938 22%  
  Wayne Bachmann 2,179 16%  
District 8 -- 69 of 69 precincts reporting (100%)
  Irene Littleton 3,644 49% (X)
  Harold Vangilder 2,029 27%  
  Alan Pease 1,750 24%  
District 9 -- 141 of 141 precincts reporting (100%)
  Wendy Rogers 22,717 59% (X)
  Andrew Walter 15,510 41%  
Pima -- 0 of 288 precincts reporting (0%)
  Yes 0 0%  
  No 0 0%  
Pima -- 247 of 248 precincts reporting (100%)

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