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President
Gov. William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton (D) 36.52% George Herbert Walker Bush (R) 38.47% businessman H. Ross Perot (I) 23.79%,
James "Bo" Gritz (I) 0.55%,
André Marrou (L) 0.45%,
John S. Hagelin (NL) 0.15%,
Lenora Fulani (NewA) 0.06%,
Lyndon LaRouche (WI) 0.00%,
Senator, 1st term,
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 77% Republican, Cook Report: Leans Republican, Roll Call: Likely republican, Rothenberg Report: Not Vulnerable, Hotline: Safe Incumbent,
Claire Sargent (D) 31.6% John McCain, III (R) 55.8% ex-Gov. Evan Mecham (I) 10.5%, Kiana Delamare (L) 1.6%, Ed Finkelstein (NewA) .5%, write-in candidates 0%
1st Cong. District, 99.5% in '90
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Republican, Roll Call's Outlook: Toss Up, Cook Report: Toss Up
Planned Parenthood of Arizona director Sam Coppersmith (D) 51.3% John Jay Rhodes III (R) 44.6% Ted Goldstein (NL) 4.1%
2nd Cong. District, 1st term, won special election on 9/24/91 to replace Mo Udall (D) who died, 65.9% in '90
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democrat, Roll Call's Outlook: Safe Democrat, Cook Report: Safe Democrat
Ed Pastor (D) 66% Don Shooter (R) 30% Dan Detaranto (L) 4%, write-in 0%
3rd Cong. District, 8th term, 56.6% in '90
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Republican, Roll Call: Likely Republican, Cook Report: Likely Republican,
businessman / '90 nominee Roger Hartstone (D) 34.3% Bob Stump (R) 61.5% Pamela Volponi (NL) 4.2%
4th Cong. District, 61.3% in '90, 3rd term
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Republican, Roll Call's Outlook: Safe Republican, Cook Report: Safe Republican,
Walter R. Mybeck II (D) 26.7% Jon Kyl (R) 59.2% Tim McDermott (L) 4.4%, Debbie Collings (Perot) 9.7%,
5th Cong. District, 4th term, 64.8% in '90
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Republican, Roll Call's Outlook: Safe Republican, Cook Report: Likely Republican,
Businessman Jim Toevs (D) 29.7% Jim Kolbe (R) 66.5% Perry Willis (L) 3.7%
6th Cong. District, new district
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democrat, Roll Call's Outlook: Toss Up, Cook Report: Toss Up
St. Sen. Karen English (D) 53% ex-White House aide Doug Wead (R) 41.4% Sarah Stannard (I) 5.6%

1. Key to Predictions: Roll Call,
The Cook Political Report,
The Rothenberg Political Report,
Campaign & Election Magazine,
D.C.'s Political Report

2. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

3. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(NewA) = New Alliance Party
(Perot) = Perot Supporter
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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