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Who's running for national office in Arizona in 2022?
Republican Blake Masters is challenging incumbent Democrat Mark Kelly in a race for the U.S. Senate. The contest has drawn intense attention in Arizona and nationally, and the outcome could help determine which party controls the chamber for the next two years.
All nine of Arizona's seats in the U.S. House of Representatives are on the ballot, with incumbents running in all but one district.
The Republic has been covering the candidates all year long. Here's an update and links to recent articles.
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.
Republican Blake Masters is challenging incumbent Democrat Mark Kelly. Libertarian Marc Victor ended his campaign Nov. 1 and urged his supporters to back Masters.
What to expect: The Arizona Republic's coverage in the general election
Mark Kelly-Blake Masters
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Arizona Republic poll: Voter survey projects who’s ahead in Senate race
Student loan forgiveness: What Sen. Mark Kelly and challenger Blake Masters say
'We need him': Mark Kelly and Gabrielle Giffords share stage
Senator's election strategy: Kelly aims to boost reelection by emphasizing independence, abortion rights
Barred from entry: Russia sanctions Sens. Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly, plus 23 others
Rebuking 'experts': Masters against CDC adding COVID shot to list of childhood vaccines
NRSC chair in Arizona: Florida Sen. Rick Scott rallies for Masters
'Rot' in the military: Masters repeatedly has criticized leadership in US armed forces
Former governors weigh in: Doug Ducey, Jan Brewer, Fife Symington back Blake Masters in Senate race
Fundraising support: Thiel-funded group buying TV time to help Blake Masters' Senate bid
Underfunded, outspent: Billionaires have helped define him, but Blake Masters needs money
'Time for something new': Masters brings fire, more nuance to Arizona's Senate race
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Trump-style Senate candidate: Blake Masters wins Arizona's Republican Senate primary
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 Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek and Fountain Hills in Maricopa County, along with Salt River and Fort McDowell Yavapai National tribal reservations.
Who's running: Incumbent Republican David Schweikert is seeking his seventh term. He is running against Democrat Jevin Hodge.
David Schweikert and Jevin Hodge: US House rivals speak out on the economy, immigration
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: Incumbent Democrat Tom O'Halleran is seeking his fourth term. He is opposed by Republican Eli Crane.
Blue dog v. election denier: In the GOP stronghold of rural Arizona, can Democrat Tom O'Halleran win re-election?
Tom O'Halleran: Incumbent running for reelection shares legislative priorities
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: Incumbent Democrat Ruben Gallego is seeking his fifth term. His opponent is Republican Jeff Zink.
Ruben Gallego: Democratic representative discusses abortion, inflation
4th Congressional District
Arizona's 4th Congressional District is in Maricopa County, including parts of Tempe, Mesa and Chandler.
Who's running: Incumbent Democrat Greg Stanton is seeking his second term. He is opposed by Republican Kelly Cooper.
Clean Elections debate: Stanton, Cooper square off over who is the 'extremist'
Purple patches along Loop 101: In this Arizona district, independents may decide the race
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: Incumbent Republican Andy Biggs is seeking his fourth term. He is opposed by Democrat Javier Ramos and independent Clint Smith.
Andy Biggs, Javier Ramos and Clint Smith: US House rivals say where they stand
Bowers endorses Smith: State House speaker backs independent over Rep. Andy Biggs
6th Congressional District
Arizona's 6th Congressional District covers most of Pima County, including most of Tucson, and Cochise County. Ann Kirkpatrick, the incumbent in the district, is retiring.
Who's running: Democrat Kirsten Engel and Republican Juan Ciscomani.
Juan Ciscomani and Kirsten Engel: US House rivals discuss abortion rights, southern Arizona's needs
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: Incumbent Democrat Raúl Grijalva was first elected to Congress in 2002. He is opposed by Republican Luis Pozzolo.
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: Republican Debbie Lesko is seeking her third term. She is opposed by three Democratic write-in candidates.
9th Congressional District
Arizona's 9th Congressional District covers most of the state's western region, including parts of La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, and Yuma counties.
Who's running: Incumbent Republican Paul Gosar was first elected to Congress in 2010. He is opposed by two Democratic write-in candidates.
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This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: Election 2022: US Senate, House candidates in Arizona