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Last Updated: September 15, 2006
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Governor, 46.2% in '02, 1st term, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic, Campaign & Elections' Odds: 3:2 Democrat, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Democrat Favored, New York Times Ratings: Safe Democrat, Cook Political Report: Likely Democrat, Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball: Likely Democratic, Chuck Todd: 11th Least Vulnerable Governor, Tim Saler: Strong Democratic Advantage,
Janet Napolitano (D), conservative activist Len Munsil (R) 50.8%,
Don Goldwater (R) 39.6%, businessman Mike Harris (R) 6.0%, contractor Gary Tupper (R) 3.7%,
2000 presidential candidate / '00 Senate nominee / '02 Gov. nominee / businessman Barry J. Hess, II (L),
Secretary of State, 49.4% in '02, 1st term,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican,
dir. of contractor resistar Israel Torres (D), Jan Brewer (R), Ernest Hancock (L),
Attorney General, 51.9% in'02, 1st term,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic,
Samuel P. "Terry" Goddard (D), Attorney / Veteran Bill Montgomery (R),
Treasurer, 51.2% in '02, 1st term, David Petersen (R) not seeking re-election,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican,
businesswoman Rano Singh (D), St. Sen. Dean Martin (D),
Superintendent of Schools, 50.1% in'02, 1st term,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican,
ex-teacher / recruiter Jason Williams (D) 54.1%,
ex-St. Sen. Slade Mead (D) 45.9%,
Tom Horne (R),
Corporation Commissioner, 51.2% in '02, Jim Irvin (R) barred from 3rd term and retired
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican,
Richard Ric Boyer (D) 56.2%,
Mark Manoil (D) 43.8%,
St. Rep. Gary L. Pierce (R) 51.5%,
Kristin K. "Kris" Mayes (R) 48.5%,
Rick Fowlkes (L),
Corporation Commissioner,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican,
Mark Manoil (D), Marc Spitzer (R),
Corporation Commissioner,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican,
William A. Mundell (R),
Mine Inspector, 57.0% in '02, Douglas K. Martin (R) barred from re-election
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican,
No Democrat ex-St. Rep. Joe Hart (R) 50.7%,
ex-St. Mine Inspector Larry Nelson (R) 49.3%,
Senator, 79.1% in '00, 2nd term, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican, Campaign & Elections' Odds: 3:1 Republican, Chris Cillizza: 10th Most Likely Senate Seat to Switch Party, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Republican Favored, Cook Political Report: Lean Republican, New York Times Ratings: Leaning Republican, Roll Call Analysis: Likely Republican, Rothenberg Political Report: Advantage Republican, Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball: Likely Republican, Chuck Todd: 12th most vulnerable Senator, Scott Rasmussen's Balance of Power: GOP, Tim Saler: Weak Republican Advantage,
state party chair Jim Pederson (D), Jon Kyl (R), Richard Mack (L),
1st Congressional District, 58.5% in '04, 2nd term,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Leans Republican, Cook Political Report: Solid Republican, New York Times Ratings: Safe Republican, Roll Call Analysis: Likely Republican, Rothenberg Political Report: Competitive Race,
attorney Ellen Simon (D) 53.0%,
marketing exec. Susan Friedman (D) 18.2%, Bob Donahue (D) 15.4%, radio journalist Mike Caccioppoli (D) 9.4%, dentist Victor McKerlie (D) 3.9%,
Rick Renzi (R), public relations manager David Schlosser (L),
2nd Congressional District, 59.2% in '04, 2nd term,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Safe Republican, Cook Political Report: Solid Republican, New York Times Ratings: Safe Republican, Roll Call Analysis: Safe Republican,
John Thrasher (D) 46.8%,
teacher / '00 nominee / '04 candidate Gene Paul Scharer (D) 34.4%, Suchindran "Chat" Chatterjee (D) 18.8%,
Trent Franks (R), Powell Gammill (L),
3rd Congressional District, 80.1% in '04, 6th term,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Safe Republican, Cook Political Report: Solid Republican, New York Times Ratings: Safe Republican, Roll Call Analysis: Safe Republican,
ex-United Way of Ca. exec. dir. / consultant Herbert "Herb" Paine (D) 50.5%,
Donald "Don" Chilton (D) 49.5%, McCoy (D/WI) 0.0%
John Shadegg (R), '02 & '04 nominee / computer consultant Mark Yannone (L),
4th Congressional District 70.1% in '04, 8th term
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Safe Democratic, Cook Political Report: Solid Democrat, New York Times Ratings: Safe Democrat, Roll Call Analysis: Safe Democratic,
Ed Pastor (D), '02 candidate / '04 nominee Don Karg (R),
5th Congressional District, 59.5% in '04, 6th term, Polls,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Leans Republican, Cook Political Report: Lean Republican, New York Times Ratings: Leaning Republican, Roll Call Analysis: Safe Republican, Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball: Leans Republican, Chuck Todd: 33rd Most Vulnerable House Seat,
St. Sen. Harry E. Mitchell (D), J.D. Hayworth (R), Warren Severin (L),
6th Congressional District, 79.4% in '04, 3rd term,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Safe Republican, Cook Political Report: Solid Republican, New York Times Ratings: Safe Republican, Roll Call Analysis: Safe Republican,
No Democrat Jeffrey Flake (R),
7th Congressional District, 62.0% in '04, 2nd term
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Safe Democratic, Cook Political Report: Solid Democrat, New York Times Ratings: Safe Democrat, Roll Call Analysis: Safe Democratic,
Raul M. Grijalva (D), ex-Avondale Mayor Ron Drake (R) 60.1%,
'02 candidate & '04 nominee contractor Joseph Sweeney (R) 39.9%,
Dr. Ken Woodford (L, Rfm),
8th Congressional District, 60.4% in '04, James T. "Jim" Kolbe (R) retiring 12th term, Polls,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic, Chris Cillizza: 4th Most Likely Seat to Switch Party, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: No Clear Favorite, Cook Political Report: Toss Up, New York Times Ratings: Toss Up, Roll Call Analysis: Leans Republican, Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball: Toss Up, Chuck Todd: 6th Most Vulnerable House Seat,
ex-St. Sen. Gabrielle "Gabby" Giffords (D) 54.1%,
ex-tv anchor Patty (Gelenberg) Weiss (D) 31.2%, Airline Pilot & Gulf War Veteran Jeffrey Lynn "Jeff" Latas (D) 5.9%, school board member Alex Rodrigeuz (D) 4.8%, William "Bill" Johnson (D) 3.0%, retired federal employee Francine Shacter (D) 0.9%,
ex-St. Rep. / '04 candidate Randy Graf (R) 43.2%,
St. Rep. Steve Huffman (R) 37.2%, ex-st. GOP chair Mike Hellon (R) 12.2%, Iraqi War vet. Frank Atenori (R) 4.1%, auto shop manager Michael T. "Mark" Jenkins (R) 3.3%,
ex-National party chair / '00 California Congressional candidate David F. Nolan (L),
Jay Quick (I),

1. Link to Predictions:
D.C.'s Political Report,
Washington Post's Chris Cillizza,
Campaign & Elections: Political Oddsmaker,
Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard,
Cook Political Report,
Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball,
Roll Call Analysis,
National Journal's Chuck Todd,
Rothenberg Political Report,
Tim Saler,

2. D.C.'s Political Report's stars indicate the rating of the race from 1 star to 5 stars depending on its entertainment value.
The color indicates D.C.'s Political Report's prediction of the winning party.
= Democrat retain control, = Democrats take over control,
= Republican retain control, = Republicans take over control,
= Independent / 3rd Party retains control, = Independent / 3rd Party take over control
Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races.
Blue boxes indicates winner. Red boxes indicates change in party control.

3. 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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