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Listen: Arizona candidates join KTAR News to discuss platforms ahead of primary election

Jul 22, 2022, 4:35 AM | Updated: Jul 27, 2022, 9:52 am
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (left, AP Photo) and Republican candidate for governor Kari ...
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (left, AP Photo) and Republican candidate for governor Kari Lake (Getty Images)
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PHOENIX — In the past month, Arizona candidates have joined KTAR News 92.3 FM to discuss their platforms in preparation for next month’s primary election.

The Grand Canyon State has a number of high-profile races, including for governor, U.S. Senate, secretary of state and attorney general.

The primary is on Aug. 2, but early voting opened July 6. The general midterm election will be held Nov. 8.

Here are interviews with candidates looking to ascend to some of the top political positions in the state:

GOVERNOR

Katie Hobbs (May 10):

Kari Lake (July 12):

Marco Lopez (May 12):

Karrin Taylor Robson (July 26):

Paola Tulliani Zen (July 13):

U.S. SENATE

Jim Lamon (July 15):

Mick McGuire (July 18):

SECRETARY OF STATE

Reginald Bolding (June 27):

Shawnna Bolick (June 23):

Adrian Fontes (July 26):

Beau Lane (July 13):

Michelle Ugenti-Rita (June 22):

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Lacy Cooper (July 1):

Andrew Gould (July 14):

Abe Hamadeh (July 8):

Kris Mayes (July 1):

MARICOPA COUNTY ATTORNEY

Gina Godbehere (July 14):

Julie Gunnigle:

Rachel Mitchell (June 29):

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Kathy Hoffman (July 21):

Tom Horne (July 15):

Shiry Sapir (July 13):

STATE TREASURER

Jeff Weninger (July 7):

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Listen: Arizona candidates join KTAR News to discuss platforms ahead of primary election