ELECTION 2022: Complete results from the Arizona primary – KOLD

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – The eyes of the nation were on Arizona as it hosted the primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 2.

There are plenty of important races across the state, but the biggest are for U.S. Senate, U.S. House, Arizona Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General and Superintendent of Public Instruction. The results of those races will be posted below.

Results for other southern Arizona races, like the mayoral races in Oro Valley, Tombstone and Nogales or the council races in Marana, Nogales, Oro Valley, Sahuarita, South Tucson and Tombstone, will be posted at https://www.kold.com/politics/election-results/ To see the results for Pima, Santa Cruz and Cochise counties, click the green “More Elections” button at the top right of the page and choose from the dropdown.

You can watch our election coverage at www.kold.com/live

The primary winners will square off in the general election, which is set for Tuesday, Nov. 8.

GOVERNOR

  • Democratic — Katie Hobbs defeated Aaron Liberman and Marco Lopez.
  • Republican — Kari Lake, Scott Neely, Matt Salmon, Karrin Taylor Robson, Paola Tulliana-Zen. As of midnight, the race was too close to call but Robson was leading Lake by 4 percentage points.

U.S. SENATOR

  • Democratic — Mark Kelly ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.
  • Libertarian — Marc J. Victor ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.
  • Republican — Mark Brnovich, Jim Lamon, Blake Masters, Michael McGuire, Justin Olson. As of midnight., the race was too close to call but Masters was leading Lamon by 7 percentage points.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 1

  • Democratic — Jevin Hodge defeated Adam Metzendorf.
  • Republican — Josh Barnett, Elijah Norton, David Schweikert. As of midnight, the race was too close to call but Schweikert was leading Norton by 10 percentage points.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 2

  • Democratic — Tom O’Halleran ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.
  • Republican — Walter Blackman, Eli Crane, Mark DeLuzio, Steven Krystofiak, John Moore, Ron Watkins, Andy Yates. As of midnight, the race was too close to call but Crane was leading Blackman by 8 percentage points.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 3

  • Democratic — Ruben Gallego ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.
  • Republican — Jeff Zink ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 4

  • Democratic — Greg Stanton ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.
  • Republican — Kelly Cooper, Dave Giles, Tanya Wheeless. As of midnight, the race was too close to call but Cooper was leading Wheeless by 5 percentage points.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 5

  • Democratic — Javier Ramos ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.
  • Republican — Andy Biggs ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 6

  • Democratic — Kirsten Engel defeated Daniel Hernandez and Avery Anderson.
  • Republican — Juan Ciscomani defeated Brandon Martin and Kathleen Winn.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 7

  • Democratic — Raul Grijalva ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.
  • Republican — Luis Pozzolo defeated Nina Becker.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 8

  • Republican — Debbie Lesko ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 9

  • Republican — Paul Gosar defeated Randy Kutz, Adam Morgan and Sandra Dowling.

SECRETARY OF STATE

  • Democratic — Reginal Bolding, Adrian Fontes. As of 11:30 p.m., the race was too close to call but Fontes was leading Bolding by 6 percentage points.
  • Republican — Shawnna Bolick, Mark Finchem, Beau Lane, Michelle Ugenti-Rita. As of 11:30 p.m., the race was too close to call but Finchem was leading Lane by 10 percentage points.

ATTORNEY GENERAL

  • Democratic — Kris Mayes ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.
  • Libertarian — Michael Kielsky ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.
  • Republican — Lacy Cooper, Rodney Glassman, Andrew Gould, Dawn Grove, Abraham “Abe” Hanadeh, Tiffany Shedd. As of midnight, the race was too close to call but Hanadeh was leading Glassman by 12 percentage points.

STATE TREASURER

  • Democratic — Martin Quezada ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.
  • Republican — Kimberly Yee defeated Robert “Bob” Lettieri and Jeff Weninger.

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

  • Democratic — Kathy Hoffman ran unopposed and advanced to the general election.
  • Republican — Tom Horne, Shiry Sapir, Michelle Udall. As of midnight, the race was too close to call but Horne was leading Sapir by 12 percentage points.

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