Legislative District 26
ABOUT THE DISTRICT
An introduction to the district, along with an interactive district map with candidates plotted. More...
A complete breakdown of the district population by race/ethnicity, age, education, party affiliation, etc. More...
A comprehensive analysis of the district’s voting patterns in primary and general elections, as well as key ballot measure votes. More...
- In web videos, Planned Parenthood pans 5 GOP candidates
- Republican group targets state Senate races
- Lewis proposes strict lobbying reform; Ableser accuses senator of copying his plan
- Ableser goes on offensive vs. Lewis in Senate debate
- Republican Senate candidates hold financial advantage
- GOP Sen. Lewis competes against Rep. Ableser in Democrat-friendly Tempe
- State GOP will help Sen. Lewis after backing Pearce in recall election
- 2012 Arizona Statewide & Legislative Candidate List
- Legislative 11: Hot match-ups in 2012
Voters’ love affair with Sen. Jerry Lewis, the Mesa Republican who unseated Russell Pearce last year, ended tonight. Despite a strong push to the finish, Lewis lost his race to his Democratic opponent, Rep. Ed Ableser of Tempe, the initial vote tally tonight showed.
LD26 SENATE CANDIDATES
LD26 HOUSE CANDIDATES
Tempe, AZ 85281
Mesa, AZ 85201
Mesa, AZ 85204
OTHER ELECTION 2012 NEWS
- Advocacy groups’ poll indicates most voters oppose early ballot bill
- Horne vs. Montgomery — the fight over the fight
- Ballot access getting easier for candidates, harder for initiatives
- Despite changes to election reform bills, Democrats, Hispanics still opposed
- Arizona ranks low in election performance
- Montgomery will challenge dismissal recommendation of Horne campaign finance case
- Latino groups condemn 2 early-voting bills; plan legal action to stop them
- Contribution limit overhaul heads to Senate
- Democrats, Republicans find good news in Corporation Commission races
- Legislature gets aggressive on election reform in wake of 2012 voting delays
- Lawmakers crafting responses to election concerns
- Immigration activist joins US Rep. Sinema’s staff
- Arizona court says ballot measure complied with rule
- Legislative candidates find success switching from ‘clean’ to traditional
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Brenda Burns says she has no plans to run for a second term.