Home / Focus / Election Nov. 2006

Election Nov. 2006

Registered voter numbers (access required)

The statewide number of registered voters is 2,568,401, up 35,093 from the primary. Here’s the breakdown: Republicans: 1,014,690, an increase of 10,713 Democrats: 854,228, an increase of 6,739 Libertarians: 17,446, an increase of 917 Other: 682,037, an increase of 16,725 ...

Read More »

2006 ballot propositions (access required)

Prop. 100 DENIAL OF BAIL; ILLEGAL ALIENS Passed Amend the state Constitution to prohibit bail for illegal aliens who are charged with a serious felony (defined in statute as those of classes one, two, three and four, as well as ...

Read More »

Dems win Tempe swing district (access required)

David Schapira has defeated Republican incumbent Rep. Laura Knaperek Arizona Capitol Times is reporting that Democrats Ed Ableser and David Schapira have won the seats to the state House of Representatives in district 17. As the most competitive district in ...

Read More »

Democrats win LD26 seat from Republicans (access required)

Arizona Capitol Times is reporting that Democrat Lena Saradnik has defeated Republican David Jorgenson in the District 26 House race. With 65% percent of votes counted, Ms. Saradnik leads Mr. Jorgenson by about 4,100 votes. Republican Pete Hershberger led all ...

Read More »

District 24 headed for recount (access required)

The Senate race in Yuma appears headed for a possible recount, and another southern Arizona Senate race is too close to call. In District 24, Republican Rep. Russ Jones led Democrat Rep. Amanda Aguirre 48.3 percent to 48.1 percent, with ...

Read More »

Governor's race: Napolitano re-elected (access required)

Democrat Governor Napolitano has won re-election to a second term. With 51 percent of precincts reporting, Napolitano holds a 62.8 percent to 35.2 percent lead over Republican Len Munsil, with strong wins in Maricopa and Pima counties. Libertarian Barry Hess ...

Read More »