Arizona

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President

Winner gets 11 electoral votes

Candidates%VoteWinner
Joe Biden49.4%1,672,143
Donald Trump49.1%1,661,686
Legend
Biden
Trump
Johnson
Stein
McMullin
Other
No Result
Phoenix Tucson Yuma

Senate

1 seat is up for election
This seat is currently held by the Republican Party.
Candidates%VoteWinner
Mark Kelly51.2%1,716,467
Martha McSally48.8%1,637,661

Additional Info

Kyrsten Sinema (Democratic) is not up for re-election this year. 2024.

Legend
Dem
GOP
Lib
Grn
BFA
Other
No Result
No Election
Phoenix Tucson Yuma

House

9 seats are up for election
DistrictDem.Rep.Oth.
AZ-01
52%
48%
AZ-02
55%
45%
AZ-03
65%
35%
AZ-04
30%
70%
AZ-05
41%
59%
AZ-06
48%
52%
AZ-07
77%
23%
AZ-08
40%
60%
AZ-09
62%
38%
Legend
Dem
GOP
Lib
Grn
BFA
Other
No Result
Phoenix Tucson Yuma

Governor

Next gubernational election in Arizona will take place on November 2022
Candidatesterm ends
Doug Ducey2022
Source: Associated Press
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