Congressional District 2
U.S. Rep. Ron Barber is holding onto his slight lead in his 2nd Congressional District race against Republican Martha McSally even as all the ballots in GOP-heavy Cochise County have been counted. Barber had a 709 vote lead as vote-counting resumed in Pima County early Thursday. The race remains too close to call.
An agreement reached Tuesday at least temporarily resolves a dispute over 130 provisional ballots that could prove decisive in Arizona's last undecided congressional race.
- Barber holding the lead but CD2 still up for grabs
- McSally holding slim lead over Barber in CD2, but ballot counting continues
- ‘Gabby effect’ wearing off: Barber running on his record against McSally in CD2
- Barber faces 1st primary campaign challenge
- Barber raises big money going into primary
- Barber builds on special election victory with strong fundraising
- New Arizona voter registration figures show Republican gains in key races
- Race to fill Giffords’ House seat could cost $3M
- Giffords gives big money to Arizona Democratic Party
- Barber sworn in to Giffords’ House seat, pledges bipartisanship in first speech
- 15 leaving Legislature, 8 running for other offices
- Jesse Kelly won’t run for Giffords’ seat in November
- Barber beats Kelly in CD8 special election to replace Giffords
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 2 MAP
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 2 PROFILE
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...