Here’s the latest on major races in Arizona’s 2022 general election
PHOENIX — Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening with Arizona’s 2022 midterm elections (and find more coverage here):
Democrat Katie Hobbs and Republican Kari Lake are vying to succeed term-limited Gov. Doug Ducey.
Democrat incumbent Mark Kelly looks to secure his first six-term term.
Republican Blake Masters is trying to win the seat held by John McCain for over 30 years.
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Democrat Adrian Fontes and Republican Mark Finchem are the two candidates seeking to replace Hobbs.
Incumbent Mark Brnovich made a failed run at U.S. Senate, so Arizona will have a new attorney general.
It’ll be either Democrat Kris Mayes or Republican Abe Hamadeh.
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Incumbent Democrat Kathy Hoffman is seeking a second term.
Republican Tom Horne, who held the position from 2003-2011, hopes to knock off Hoffman.
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Interim County Attorney Rachel Mitchell, a Republican, looks to become the permanent officeholder.
Democrat Julie Gunnigle is her challenger.
Arizona had 10 propositions on the ballot.
With two incumbents running unopposed, seven Arizona congressional seats were up for grabs.