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Len Munsil will face Napolitano (access required)

Len Munsil With perfectly timed 11th hour mailers and an endorsement from Sen. John McCain, conservative Len Munsil became the Republican nominee for governor this evening, making a mockery of polls that showed him trailing Don Goldwater. With 83.3 per ...

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Key races at-a-glance (access required)

Len Munsil Polls closed at 7 p.m. and results will begin to be posted by state officials at 8 p.m. Arizona Capitol Times will update races throughout the evening. Governor’s Race Seeking the GOP nomination: Goldwater, Munsil, Tupper, Harris Insider ...

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Election dates to remember (access required)

Official canvass of the primary election is Sept. 25. General election is Nov. 7. Registration closes Oct. 9. Early voting begins Oct. 5. Last day to file as a write-in candidate is Sept. 28. Official canvass of the general election ...

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2.5 million can vote today, but will they? (access required)

More than 2.5 million registered voters in Arizona are eligible to go to the polls in Tuesday’s primary election, according to the Secretary of State’s Office. Secretary of State Jan Brewer says that voter registration was at 2,533,308 — an ...

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Incumbent defeated (access required)

John Allen Rep. John Allen, a Republican from District 11 seeking reelection for his third term, was upset tonight by Don Hesselbrock and Adam Driggs. “The blame falls on my shoulders,” Mr. Allen said. “Obviously, I misjudged the electorate. “There’s ...

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Key Senate Primaries (access required)

9:15 P.M. DISTRICT 1 O’Halleran vs. Stoll Tom O’Halleran leads Will Stoll 50.2 percent to 43.4 percent, with 60.8 percent of polls reporting. Mr. O’Halleran appears to have made up for what looks like the possible loss of moderate Toni ...

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Randy Graf holds big lead for Kolbe seat (access required)

Randy Graf R.T. Gregg, Mr. Graf’s campaign chairman, said that members of the National Republican Congressional Committee who had backed Mr. Huffman were “entitled to be wrong,” and that they had wrongfully written off the more conservative Mr. Graf. “They ...

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