Here are the Arizona candidates running for election to US Senate and House of Representatives
Who's running for the U.S. Senate and U.S. House in Arizona?
The Republic has been covering the candidates all year long. Here's an update and some links to recent articles.
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Arizona has two seats in the U.S. Senate. One is up for grabs in the 2022 election. The other seat, now held by Democrat Kyrsten Sinema, will be contested in 2024. Senators are elected to six-year terms.
Five Republicans are running in the Aug. 2 primary. The winner will square off against Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly.
Who are the Republicans running? Here's a rundown.
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Third to enter race: Mark Brnovich, Arizona's attorney general, launches US Senate campaign
'He's going through the motions': GOP Senate rivals rip Brnovich over 2020 election probe
2020 election questions: Will Trump endorse Mark Brnovich after report detailing 'questions' about 2020 election?
Under intense political pressure: Trump signals endorsement coming in Arizona's Senate race but not for Brnovich
Debate challenge: Trump's billionaire friend backs him in the GOP Senate race. Now he wants to debate Brnovich over the 2020 election
First to enter race: Power executive Jim Lamon was the first Republican to enter Arizona's 2022 Senate race
Critical of Capitol Hill spending: Senate hopeful Jim Lamon rips Capitol Hill spending, but his company got COVID-19 relief
Audit involvement: Senate candidate Jim Lamon helped pay for Ariz. audit security, claims credit for 'pressuring' Fann to do audit
Generous spending: Senate hopeful Jim Lamon spreads around cash in GOP races
Gunslinging ad: Lamon assailed for ad against against Kelly, Biden, Pelosi
'I reject his support': Blake Masters turns down endorsement of neo-Nazi site founder
Trump endorsement: Former president weighs in on Arizona's GOP Senate race
Who is Blake Masters? What you need to know about the Trump-endorsed Arizona Senate candidate
Trump dials in: Former president calls into Senate campaign event in Arizona to complain about Brnovich, election audit
Michael 'Mick' McGuire
Hoping to challenge Sen. Mark Kelly: Michael McGuire enters Arizona's GOP US Senate primary race
Audit supporter: GOP Senate candidate Michael McGuire: Biden 'duly elected President of the United States' but supports audit
Seeking records of rival: McGuire calls on Brnovich to release records related Bar complaints
Critical of Democratic spending: Utilities regulator Justin Olson enters GOP Senate race, slams Dems' spending proposal
Supporting Canadian truckers: US Senate candidate Justin Olson appears on Russia-funded show
Sen. Mark Kelly is unopposed in the Aug. 2 primary. He won office in a special election in 2020.
Looking back on first year in Senate: Kelly touts microchips bill, infrastructure, COVID-19 aid
'Republicans for Kelly': About 50 announce support for Kelly's reelection
US House of Representatives
Arizona has nine seats in the U.S. Congress. Each of those seats is contested every two years. Every decade, the boundaries of congressional districts are adjusted based on the U.S. Census.
1st Congressional District
Arizona's 1st Congressional District covers parts of Maricopa County, along with Salt River and Fort McDowell Yavapai National tribal reservations. This district covers Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek and Fountain Hills.
Who's running: Here are the candidates for Arizona's new 1st Congressional District
Democrats debate: Candidates spar over Schweikert, readiness for office
Republican David Schweikert is the incumbent. He is seeking his seventh term.
Campaign ad lawsuit: Schweikert, allies sued over ads implying opponent is gay
Campaign finance violations: Schweikert's campaign agrees to $125,000 fine
2nd Congressional District
Arizona's 2nd Congressional District is largely rural and includes Apache, Coconino, Graham, Greenlee and Navajo counties as well as parts of Gila, Maricopa, Mohave, Pima, Pinal and Yavapai counties.
Who's running: Here are the candidates for Arizona's 2nd Congressional District
Democrat Tom O'Halleran is the incumbent. He is seeking his fourth term.
Republican debate: Trio of hopeful candidates clash in 2nd Congressional District debate
Bad checks, repossessions: Congressional candidate acknowledges past struggles with money
3rd Congressional District
Arizona's 3rd Congressional District is in Maricopa County, including parts of Phoenix — including south Phoenix, Laveen and Maryvale— and Glendale.
Who's running: Here are the candidates for Arizona's 3rd Congressional District
Democrat Ruben Gallego is the incumbent. He is seeking his fifth term.
Gallego and Sinema: ‘They never got along’
Gallego's book on Iraq service: 5 takeaways from 'They Called Us 'Lucky''
4th Congressional District
Arizona's 4th Congressional District is in Maricopa County, including parts of Tempe, Mesa and Chandler.
Who's running: Here are the candidates for Arizona's 4th Congressional District
Republican debate: Contenders embrace election conspiracies
Democrat Greg Stanton is the incumbent. He is seeking his second term.
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China stance: Stanton legislation aims to curb China influence on US markets
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Defending his seat: Democrats add Rep. Greg Stanton to list of vulnerable House members
A new Republican: Pro-Trump GOP congressional candidate says he's a 'lifelong Republican.' Election records say he joined party last year
'Make Rifles Great Again': In ad, Republican candidate says AR-15 needed to fight against 'Democrats in Klan hoods'
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'I will use my name when and how I want': Wheeless criticizes Rep. Ruben Gallego for surname comments
Contributor to Stanton: GOP candidate donated twice to his mayoral campaigns
5th Congressional District
Arizona's 5th Congressional District covers parts of Maricopa and Pinal counties, including parts of Gilbert, Chandler, Queen Creek and Apache Junction.
Who's running: Here are the candidates for Arizona's 5th Congressional District
Republican Andy Biggs is the incumbent. He is seeking his fourth term.
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Biggs says no: Congressman voted against legislation to help indigent families obtain baby formula
Biggs votes against bill targeting Russia: Congressman was one of 8 opposing bill suspending normal trade with the country that invaded Ukraine
6th Congressional District
Arizona's 6th Congressional District covers most of Pima County, including most of Tucson, and Cochise County.
The incumbent, Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, is retiring, leaving the seat open.
Who's running: Here are the candidates for Arizona's 6th Congressional District
Democrats debate: Candidates spar over inflation, border
Republicans debate: Border, stolen election claims dominate discussion
7th Congressional District
Arizona's 7th Congressional District includes the Southwestern part of Arizona near the state's California and Mexico borders, covering parts of Maricopa, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz and Yuma counties.
Who's running: Here are the candidates for Arizona's 7th Congressional District
Democrat Raúl Grijalva is the incumbent. He was first elected to Congress in 2002.
Villages at Vigneto: Grijalva, Democrats ask prosecutors to investigate Trump-era deal near threatened Arizona river
Grijalva voted against: Rep. Raúl Grijalva votes against enhanced Supreme Court security bill
8th Congressional District
Arizona's 8th Congressional District covers parts of Maricopa and Yavapai counties, including Glendale, Peoria, Sun City West and New River.
Who's running: The candidate for Arizona's 8th Congressional District
Republican Debbie Lesko is running unopposed. She is seeking her third term.
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Testimony: Rep. Debbie Lesko was at White House planning meeting to avert 2020 Trump loss
Trump endorsement: Lesko gets nod from former president
'Very concerned': On Jan. 5, 2021, Lesko worried about safety of lawmakers at the Capitol
9th Congressional District
Arizona's 9th Congressional District covers most of the state's western border, covering parts of La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, and Yuma counties.
Who's running: Here are the candidates for Arizona's 9th Congressional District
Candidate debate: Republican challengers focus on Gosar's record
Republican Paul Gosar is the incumbent. He was first elected to Congress in 2010.
Gosar on Jan. 6: 'I was the one who started the revolution'
Gosar says no: Congressman voted against legislation to help indigent families obtain baby formula
Opposes symbolic measure: Gosar is 1 of 3 in House to vote against pro-Ukraine measure
Biggest spender: Gosar spent more taxpayer money than any other Arizona representative in 2021
Gosar censured: House voted to censure and strip congressman of his committee assignments for posting animated video depicting killing of colleague
Primary challenger: Meet Adam Morgan, who is running against Paul Gosar in the Republican primary
Family split: 3 of Gosar's siblings endorse brother's GOP opponent
More about redistricting
The new map: The state's redistricting commission settled on a map that favors Republicans, but by a narrower margin than many expected.
This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: Arizona primary election 2022: US Senate, House candidates