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2000 Arizona Democratic Presidential Primary Results
March 11, 2000
Al Gore 78.4%
Bill Bradley 20.1%
Heather Anne Harder 1.5%
2000 Arizona Republican Presidential Primary Results
February 22, 2000
John McCain 60.04%
George W. Bush 35.69%
Alan Keyes 3.54%
Steve Forbes 0.38%
Orrin Hatch 0.19%
John R. McGrath 0.07%
Gary Bauer 0.06%
James T. Zanon 0.02%
Chuck See 0.01%

2000 Arizona Libertarian Presidential Primary Results
February 22, 2000
Harry Browne 77.2%
Larry Hines 13.6%
Dave Hollist 9.1%

2000 Arizona Congressional Primary Results
September 12, 2000
Senator
businessman / '98 Congressional nominee Stuart M. Starky (D, WI) 91%, Ron Maynard (D, WI) 9%, John Kyl (R) businessman Barry J. Hess II (L), Vance Hansen (G, WI), banker / college instructor William Toel (I),
1st Congressional District
'98 nominee / lobbyist David Mendoza (D) exec. dir. of the Goldwater Institute Jeffrey Flake (R) 31.7%, ex-Scottsdale Mayor Susan Bitter Smith (R) 22.5%, Phoenix City Councilmember Sal DiCiccio (R) 23.3%, attorney Tom Liddy (R) 21.0, realtor Bert Tollefson (R) 1.5%, Jon Burroughs (L),
2nd Congressional District
Ed Pastor (D) businessman Bill Barenholtz (R) Geoffrey Weber (L), Barbara Shelor (NL),
3rd Congressional District
teacher Gene Paul Scharer (D), Bob Stump (R) 82.8%, real estate appraiser Dick Hensley (R) 17.2%, Edward R. Carlson (L),
4th Congressional District
'98 write in candidate Benjamin "Ben" Jankowski (D) John Shadegg (R) Edward Gaudreau (L) 30.6%, '98 nominee / restaurant owner Ernest Hancock (L) 69.4%,
5th Congressional District
St. Sen. George Cunningham (D) 54.7%, county attorney / ex-teacher Mary Judge Ryan (D) 45.3%, Jim Kolbe (R) 80.1%, Joseph Sweeney (R) 19.9%, Aage Nost (L), Michael Jay Green (G),
6th Congressional District
steelworkers union representative Larry Nelson (D) 57.5%, attorney Kevin B. Harris (D) 42.5%, J.D. Hayworth (R) Richard Duncan (L, WI),

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(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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