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U.S. Senate Voting History (access required)

2002: no race 2004 PRIMARY GENERAL Party Candidate Votes Votes % Democrat Stuart Starky 173,540 404,507 20.6% Libertarian Ernest Hancock 2,756 51,798 2.6% Republican John McCain 331,720 1,505,372 76.7% 2006 PRIMARY GENERAL Party Candidate Votes Votes % Democrat Jim Pederson 214,455 664,141 43.5% Libertarian Richard Mack 3,311 48,231 3.2% Republican Jon Kyl 297,636 814,398 53.3% Michael Aloisi 155 2008: no race 2010 (unofficial) PRIMARY GENERAL Party Candidate Votes Votes % Democrat John Dougherty 68,352 Cathy Eden 76,230 Rodney Glassman 100,106 Randy Parraz 44,316 Green Jerry Joslyn 1,941 Libertarian David Nolan 2,655 Republican Jim Deakin 69,143 J.D. Hayworth 189,802 John McCain 333,043

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