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Former GoDaddy CEO and Arizona gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones (Photo by Ryan Cook/RJ Cook Photography)

Jones considering CD9 run against Sinema

Republicans’ dream of finding a serious challenger to Democratic Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema may be a step closer to reality. Christine Jones, the former GoDaddy executive who sought the GOP nomination for governor in 2014, is considering a run for the 9th Congressional District. Jones told the Arizona Capitol Times that she will meet with officials from the National Republican Congressional Committee next week.

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Dem candidate Chavez calls police on party officials

Cesar Chavez is back. The self-proclaimed “most well-known Cesar Chavez alive today” showed up at the Arizona Democratic Party headquarters on Nov. 17, questioning why party officials aren’t taking his campaign to represent the 7th Congressional District seriously.

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Congressional District 5

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Biggs prevails in recount, Jones concedes

After a recount and multiple lawsuits, Arizona Senate President Andy Biggs is officially the victor in the Republican primary for Arizona’s 5th Congressional District, building on his narrow lead to win by just 27 votes.
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New Jones strategy to overcome CD5 deficit could delay military ballots

The recount and subsequent legal battles in Arizona’s 5th Congressional District have raised the possibility that Maricopa County may have to delay sending ballots to nearly 4,000 military and overseas voters.
Former GoDaddy CEO and Arizona gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones (Photo by Ryan Cook/RJ Cook Photography)

Jones files lawsuit on CD5 ‘overvotes,’ rejected provisional ballots

Christine Jones is going back to court in the hopes of reversing Andy Biggs’ razor-thin lead over her in the increasingly litigious Republican primary for Arizona’s 5th Congressional District.

Congressional District 4

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Gosar withstands late surge from primary challenger, super PAC

U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar withstood a primary challenge in Arizona’s 4th Congressional District, despite a late surge of spending tied to agricultural interests on behalf of his opponent.
Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Prescott.  (Photo by Jessica Boehm, Cronkite News)

Agricultural companies funding anti-Gosar campaign

A dispute between Paul Gosar and agricultural interests is at the root of a super PAC’s campaign to oust the three-term congressman in the Republican primary.
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Super PAC targets Gosar in CD4 as foe questions his ‘caustic approach’

Right Way Superpac has spent about $247,000 on mailers, cable television, radio and digital ads attacking U.S. Rep Paul Gosar and supporting Ray Strauss, a largely unknown former Buckeye city councilman.

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Congressional District 2

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A day of drama: Here is a rundown of who won, who lost in Tuesday’s election

Arizona failed to turn blue in the presidential election, but Democrats picked up at least one seat in the Legislature, and voters ousted the infamous Republican Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
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McSally defeats Heinz in southern Arizona’s District 2

Freshman Republican U.S. Rep. Martha McSally held off her Democratic challenger, Matt Heinz, in Tuesday’s race for Southern Arizona’s 2nd Congressional District.
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Dems outperforming 2012 in early ballots, but GOP lead expanding

Democratic voters trail their Republican counterparts in returning their early ballots, but they’ve narrowed the gap they had in 2012, buoying the beleaguered minority party’s hopes that it’s in for a relatively good election year in historically red Arizona.

Congressional District 1

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A look at Arizona election winners, losers

Election Day in Arizona saw Republicans winning the presidential vote despite Democratic efforts to tap into the state's growing demographic shift, a GOP sweep of statewide utility regulator races, and a sturdy defense of a swing congressional district in southern Arizona.
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A day of drama: Here is a rundown of who won, who lost in Tuesday’s election

Arizona failed to turn blue in the presidential election, but Democrats picked up at least one seat in the Legislature, and voters ousted the infamous Republican Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
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O’Halleran wins race against Babeu in CD1

Democrats held onto their seat on Arizona’s 1st Congressional District, as Democrat Tom O’Halleran holds a commanding lead over Republican Paul Babeu.