Updated Arizona Republican Primary Results

* Denotes Candidates Endorsed by The Arizona Conservative

  • Denotes Winners

 

U.S. Senate–99% Reporting Votes Percentage
Will Cardon* 88,808 21.17
  • Jeff        Flake
289,908 69.11
Clair Van Steenwyk 23,675 5.64
Bryan Hackbarth 15,845 3.78

 

U.S. House of Representatives Votes Percentage
District 1—99%   reporting
  • Jon        Paton*
24,708 60.82
Patrick Gatti 2379 5.86
Douglas Wade 5810 14.1
Gaither Martin 7551 18.59
District 2—99%   reporting
  • Martha        McSally*
47,171 81.57
Mark Koskiniemi 10,496 18.15
District 3—99%   reporting
  • Gabriela        Saucedo Mercer*
10,134 63.97
Jaime Vasquez 5558 35.08
District 4—100%   reporting
Ron Gould* 21,054 31.51
  • Paul        Gosar
34,037 50.95
Rick Murphy 11,630 17.41
District 5—100%   Reporting
  • Matt        Salmon*
31,687 53.58
Kirk Adams 27,350 46.24
District 6—100%   Reporting
  • David        Schweikert*
33,259 52.55
Ben Quayle 29,840 47.15
District 7—100%   reporting
Write-in 908
District 8—100%   reporting
  • Trent        Franks*
44,870 82.65
Tony Passalacqua 9,285 17.1
District 9—100% reporting
Wendy Rogers* 8060 20.93
Travis Grantham 6862 17.82
  • Vernon Parker
8863 23.01
Lisa Borowsky 2652 6.89
Martin Sepulveda 7719 20.04
Jeff Thompson 2627 6.82
Leah Schandelbauer 1600 4.15

ARIZONA SENATE (Contested Races)

District 16–100%   Reporting Votes Percentage
John Fillmore* 6598 47.8
Rich Crandall 7159 51.87
District  25—100% reporting
Russell Pearce* 10,086 44.02
  • Bob        Worsley
12,789 55.82
District 5—100%   reporting
Sam Scarmardo* 6975 33.36
Nancy McLain 5520 24.96
  • Kelli        Ward
8701 41.61

ARIZONA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (Contested Races)

District 1–100%   Reporting Votes Percentage
Lori Klein* 11,793 24.86
  • Karen        Fann
16,188 34.12
  • Andy        Tobin
19,402 40.89
   
District 5—100%   reporting    
  • Doris        Goodale*
12,548 43.45
  • Sonny        Borrelli
7677 26.58
Wyatt Brooks 4808 16.65
George Schnittgrund 3795 13.14
     
District 12—100%   reporting    
Larry Chesley* 6194 24.07
  • Eddie        Farnsworth*
10,563 41.06
  • Warren        Peterson
8898 34.58
     
District 13–100% reporting    
  • Steve        Montenegro*
7737  38.38
Russ Jones 5914 29.34 
Darin Mitchell* 6468 32.08
     
District 15–100% reporting    
John Allen* 5995  23.54
David Smith* 5504  21.61
James Bearup 3511  13.79
Heather Carter 10,372  40.72
     
District 16–100% reporting    
Judy Novalsky* 4139 18.37
  • Kelly        Townsend*
7069 31.37
  • Doug        Coleman
5959 26.45
Jeff Davis 5321 23.61
     
District 20–100% reporting    
  • Carl        Seel*
6931  35.64
  • Paul        Boyer*
9485  48.77
George Benavides Sr. 2922  15.02
     
District 22–100% reporting    
  • Phil        Lovas*
13,273  42.77
Jeanette Dubreil* 7314  23.57
  • David        Livingston
10,372  33.42
     
District 23–100% reporting    
  • John        Kavanaugh*
15,810  41.36
  • Michelle        Ugenti*
13,533  35.50
Jennifer Petersen 8820  23.07
     
District 26–100% reporting    
Buckley Merrill* 1235  12.94
         Raymond Speakman* 2868  30.04
  • Mary        Lou Tayor
2929  30.68
  • Jason        Youn
2454  25.71
     
     

 

ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION

 99% reporting Votes Percentage
  • Bob        Stump*
280,990  34.9
  • Bob Burns*
255.528  31.74
  • Susan        Bitter-Smith
264,701  32.99
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2 thoughts on “Updated Arizona Republican Primary Results

  1. The Arizona Conservative’s endorsed candidates recorded a won-lost record of 20-12. That’s a winning percentage of 62.5 percent. And now it’s time to turn our attentions to defeating the radical agenda of the Left that’s taking our country down the wrong road. We must win the White, U.S. Senate and House, the Arizona Legislature, and we need to dominate the Arizona Corporation Commmission to prevent Democrats from raising your cost of living.

  2. Travis Grantham finished fourth in his congressional race, but showed class today with this message:

    “I want to congratulate Vernon Parker and offer my support as he continues the fight to put our country back on the right track. To my other opponents in this primary election, I want to say thank you for a positive and spirited debate on the issues. You all serve our community as role models who care for the people first and put your interests second. With the primary behind us, I believe it is critical for us all to now unite behind Vernon Parker to ensure our party’s nominee is quickly in the best position possible to win this election.”

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