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Capitol Times readers offer primary predictions

The Arizona Capitol Times asked its readers to predict how the primary elections would turn out.

Here’s a look at what the newspaper’s readers think will happen.

Governor

Doug Ducey is predicted to by 7 out of 10 readers. Scott Smith is the next favorite, with only 2 out of 10 choosing him.

Secretary of State

Michele Reagan is predicted to win by 8 out of 10. Justin Pierce by 2 out of 10.

Attorney General

Mark Brnovich is predicted to win by 6 out of 10. Tom Horne by 4 out of 10.

Treasurer

Hugh Hallman and Jeff Dewitt are predicted to win almost equally, though Hallman is favored by 4 percent of readers.

Superintendent of Public Instruction

John Huppenthal is predicted to defeat Diane Douglas by 7 out of 10.

Arizona Corporation Commission

Tom Forese and Doug Little are favored, with 5 out of 10 predicting their win. Lucy Mason is favored next, equally paired with Forese, Little and Vernon Parker.

CD1

Andy Tobin is predicted to win by 8 out of 10.

CD7

Ruben Gallego is predicted to win by 8 out of 10.

CD9

Wendy Rogers is predicted to win by 8 out of 10.

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