Let’s Unite to Defeat the Democrats in November: GOP Election Results, Arizona Primary

Doug Ducey wins

Congratulations to our winning candidates in the Arizona GOP primary!

First, a shout out to one of our very own AzFRW members, Jill Norgaard (Ahwatukee RW). According to this article in the East Valley Tribune, “in District 18 Jill Norgaard and Bob Robson came out ahead in Tuesday night’s results in the race for [Arizona] House of Representatives. Both will face Democrat Mitzi Epstein in the general election.” We wish you much luck Jill!

U.S. Congressional Seats:

David Schweikert—6th Congressional District

Wendy Rogers—9th Congressional District

For information on other U.S. Congressional elections in Arizona, go here.

Arizona State Offices:

Doug Ducey—Governor

Michele Reagan—Secretary of State

Mark Brnovich—Attorney General

Jeff DeWit—Treasurer

Diane Douglas—Superintendent of Schools

Doug Little and Tom Forese—Arizona Corporation Commission

Arizona House and Senate

If you’re curious about the Arizona Legislative District 23 House and Senate races, according to this source, John Kavanaugh has defeated Jeff Schwartz for the right to be on the ballot in November (Senate). His Democrat opponent will be Paula Pennypacker. Michelle Ugenti and Jay Lawrence defeated Republicans Effie Carlson and Bob Littlefield (House). Ugenti and Lawrence will run unopposed as no Democrats chose to run in this race in Legislative District 23.

Scottsdale City Council

In Scottsdale, there will be a runoff for City Council. According to azcentral.com today, “No candidates were elected outright in Tuesday’s primary election, according to early unofficial results.

As a result, six candidates will advance to the general election on Nov. 4 to compete for three seats opening on the council.

With 47 of 53 precincts reported as of late Tuesday, the top six candidates, in order of votes received, were Linda Milhaven, Jennifer Petersen, David Smith, Dennis Robbins, Kathy Littlefield and Cindy Hill. Votes still were being counted and results were not yet official.”

For full election coverage, click here.

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