Arizona GOP Legislative Primary Races

Arizona Legislative Races (100 percent of precincts reporting)

District 1: Longtime lawmaker Linda Gray loses out to Karen Fann and Noel Campell in House; Steve Pierce unopposed in Senate

District 2: Daniel Estrella unopposed in Senate; John Ackerley unopposed in House

District 4: Connie Uribe unopposed in Senate; Richard Hopkins unopposed in House

District 5: Kelli Ward unopposed in Senate; Sonny Borrelli and Regina Cobb win in House

District 6: The late Chester Crandall ran unopposed in Senate, though he died in a recent horse-riding accident; GOP Senate candidate TBD; Bob Thorpe and Brenda Barton won in House

District 8: Irene Littleton won Senate; Frank Pratt and T.J. Shope in House

District 9: Ethan Orr unopposed in House

District 10: Mark Morrison unopposed in Senate; Tod Clodfelter and William Wildish in House

District 11: Steve Smith in Senate; Vince Leach and Mark Finchem in House

District 12: Andy Biggs unopposed in Senate; Warren Peterson and Eddie Farnsworth in House

District 13: Don Shooter in Senate; Steve Montenegro and Darin Mitchell in House

District 14: Gail Griffin unopposed in Senate; David Gowan and David Stephens in House

District 15: Nancy Barto in Senate; Heather Carter and just nine 9 votes separate John Allen and David Smith, with Allen leading, in House

District 16: David Farnsworth wins in Senate; Kelly Townsend and Doug Coleman advance in House

District 17: Steve Yarbrough unopposed in Senate; Jeff Weninger and J.D. Mesnard in House

District 18: Jeff Dial in Senate; Jill Norgaard and Bob Robson in House

District 19: Sophia Johnson in House

District 20: Kimberly Yee unopposed in Senate; Paul Boyer and Anthony Kern in House

District 21: Debbie Lesko unopposed in Senate; Rick Gray and Tony Rivero in House

District 22: Judy Burges unopposed in Senate; David Livingtson and Phil Lovas in House

District 23: John Kavanaugh in Senate; Michelle Ugenti and Jay Lawrence

District 24: Bill Follette unopposed in Senate; Lei Lani Cortez unopposed in House

District 25: Bob Worsley in Senate; Justin Olson and Rusty Bowers in House

District 26: James Roy unopposed in House

District 28: Adam Driggs unopposed in Senate; Kate McGee and 7 votes separating Mary Hamway and Shawna Bolick with Hamway leading, in House

District 29: Crystal Nuttle unopposed in Senate; Aaron Borders unopposed in House

District 30: Gary Cox unopposed in Senate; John Lyon and Michael Gidwani in House

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