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Arizona Secretary of State - Election Department
2002 Arizona Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Primary: 9/10/02,
List of State Parties,
Governor, 61% in '98, Jane Dee Hull (R) barred from another term,
Att. Gen. Janet Napolitano (D) 57.2%, lobbyist / ex-St. Sen. Alfredo Gutierrez (D) 22.3%, activist Mike Newcomb (D) 6.5%, physician Mark Osterloh (D) 14.0%, ex-U.S. Rep. Matthew James "Matt" Salmon (R) 55.9%, Sec. of St. Betsey Bayless (R) 29.8%, St. Treasurer Carol Springer (R) 14.3%, Diana Kennedy (R/WI), Steve Moore (R/WI), 2000 presidential candidate businessman Barry J. Hess (L) 50.9%, technology consultant Gary Fallon (L) 49.1%, ex-Sec. of St. Richard Mahoney (I), Raymond "Ray J." Caplette (WI),
Secretary of State, next election in 2002, Betsey Bayless (R) barred from re-election
St. Sen. Chris Cummiskey (D), ex-Co. Sup. Jan Brewer (R) 45.4%, Gubernatorial aide Sharon Collins (R) 21.0%, ex-phoneix city Councilman / '00 Congressional candidate Sal Diciccio (R) 33.6%, Sean Nottingham (L),
Attorney General, next election in 2002, Janet Napolitano (D) running for Governor,
'90 Gubernatorial nominee / ex-Phoenix Mayor Samuel P. "Terry" Goddard (D), ex-Asst. Att. Gen. Andrew Payton Thomas (R) 47.1%, ex-St. Sen. John Greene (R) 29.2%, attorney / Court Judge Pro Tem Foster Robberson (R) 23.7%, Edmund Kahn (L),
Treasurer, next election in 2002, Carol Springer (R) running for Governor,
St. Sen. Ruth Solomon (D), St. Sen. David Petersen (R) 59.8%, Dep. St. Treas. Richard Petrenka (R) 40.2%,
Superintendent of Schools, next election in 2002, Lisa Graham Keegan (R) resigned effective 5/14/00, Molera appointed
St. Sen. Jay Blanchard (D) 66.8%, principal Rod Rich (D) 33.2%, St. Rep. Tom Horne (R) 41.6%, Jaime A. Molera (R) 30.1%, ex-St. Sen. Keith Bee (R) 28.3%, tv commercial producer / '98 Senate nominee John C. Zajac (L),
Corporation Commissioner,
James P. Walsh (D), Jim Irvin (R) 60.6%, Roberta L. Voss (R) 39.4%,
Corporation Commissioner, next election in 2002, Tony West (R) retiring,
'00 Congressional nominee / ex-St. Sen. George Cunningham (D) 54.6%, ex-aide Roland James (D) 45.4%, Jeff Hatch-Miller (R) 36.4%, Jim Buster (R) 31.1%, Mike Gleason (R) 32.5%,
Mine Inspector
Ken Hallock (D), Douglas K. Martin (R),
1st Congressional District
Arizona Will Gain Two Congressional Districts Due to Reapportionment,
businessman George Cordova (D) 21.9%, ex-Apache Co. Att. Stephen G. "Steve" Udall (D) 19.9%, ex-congressional aide Fred Duval (D) 15.8%, businessman / '90 & '92 nominee Roger Hartstone (D) 1.7%, banker Sam Martinez (D) 9.2%, attorney Diane B. Prescott (D) 17.5%, Navajo Nation Attorney General Derrick Watchman (D) 14.0%, businessman Rick Renzi (R) 24.6%, Mayor Alan Everett (R) 15.4%, trade assoc. exec. dir.. Sydney Ann Hay (R) 20.2%, businessman David "Dave" Stafford (R) 4.3%, Navajo Co. Sup. Lewis Noble Tenney (R) 21.1%, businessman Bruce Whiting (R) 14.6%, retired engineer Edwin Porr (L) 53.8%,Andy Fernandez (L) 46.2,
2nd Congressional District, 65.3% in '00, Bob Stump (R) retiring after 13th term
teacher Randy Camacho (D) 32.9%, engineer Elizabeth "Liz" Farley (D) 30.4%, Sandy Reagan (D) 19.7%, ex-Democratic county chair / realtor Linda Calvert (D) 17.0%, teacher Gene Scharer (D/WI), ex-St. Rep. / businessman Trent Franks (R) 27.3%, Congressional aide Lisa A. Atkins (R) 25.9%, St. Sen. Scott Bundgaard (R) 16.6%, businessman Dick Hensley (R) 1.1%, businessman Dusko Jovicic (R) 7.2%, Peoria Mayor John C. Keegan (R) 20.2%, disbarred NV lawyer Mike Schaefer (R) 1.8%, Edward R. Carlson (L), William Crum (WI),
3rd Congressional District, 63.7% in '00, 4th term
ex-Phoenix budget director Charles Hill (D), John Shadegg (R), Mark Yannone (L) 56.8%, Edward Gaudreau (L) 43.2%,
4th Congressional District 68.3% in '00, 6th term
Ed Pastor (D), insurance consultant Jonathan Barnert (R) 74.2%, Don Karg (R) 25.8%, Amy Gibbons (L/WI), Richard Sutton (L/WI),
5th Congressional District, 60.7% in '00, 4th term,
businessman / attorney / CNBC TV Commentator Craig Columbus (D) 48.8%, businessman Larry King (D) 29.7%, Ronald E. Maynard (D) 21.6%, J.D. Hayworth (R), Warren Severin (L/WI),
6th Congressional District, 52.9% in '00, 1st term,
Deborah Thomas (D), Jeffrey Flake (R), Andy Wagner (L/WI),
7th Congressional District
Arizona Will Gain Two Congressional Districts Due to Reapportionment,
Co. Sup. Raul M. Grijalva (D) 39.8%, ex-state party chair Mark Fleisher (D) 5.7%, Luis Armando Gonzales (D) 5.9%, ex-St. Sen. Jaime P. Gutierrez (D) 14.9%, Lisa Otondo (D) 6.7%, St. Sen. Elaine Richardson (D) 21.1%, attorney Jesús Roberto Véjar Romo (D) 2.8%, farmer / ex-teacher Sherry Smith (D) 3.0%, ex-Yuma City Councilman Ross Hieb (R) 41.3%, attorney / nurse Lori Lustig (R) 13.8%, Al Pina (R) 14.7%, contractor / '00 candidate Joseph Sweeney (R) 30.2%, draftsman John L. Nemeth (L),
8th Congressional District, 60.1% in '00, 9th term,
'00 candidate / county attorney / ex-teacher Mary Judge Ryan (D), Jim Kolbe (R) 72.3%, pastor James "Jim" Behnke (R) 27.7%, Joe Duarte (L), Jim Dorrance (WI),

1. Key to Arizona Political Parties:
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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