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U.S. House Arizona District 6 (Pima County Tucson 85704)

Federal Races

Representative, U.S. House Arizona District 6

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U.S. Senate Arizona

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State Races

Governor of Arizona

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Attorney General of Arizona

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Arizona Secretary of State

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Arizona Treasurer

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Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction

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Arizona Corporation Commission

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Arizona State Mine Inspector

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(Dem)Trista di Genova

Write-In-Candidate


Arizona State Senate District 18

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Arizona House of Representatives District 18

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Judges

Arizona Supreme Court - Retention

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Ann Timmer (Incumbent)

Timmer was appointed to the court by Gov. Jan Brewer (R) in 2012 and was retained by voters in 2016.


Yes

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Arizona Supreme Court - Retention

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Bill Montgomery (Incumbent)

Leans Right. Montgomery was appointed to the court by Gov. Doug Ducey (R) in 2019.


No

Arizona Supreme Court - Retention

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James P. Beene (Incumbent)

Beene was appointed to the court by Gov. Doug Ducey (R) in 2019. He received a partisanship confidence score of Mild Republican.


Yes

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Local Races

Pima County Clerk of the Superior Court

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Pima County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1

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Pima County Superior Court Division 22 - Retention

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Jeffrey Bergin (Incumbent)

Appointed to the court by Gov. Jan Hull (R)


No

Pima County Superior Court Division 4 - Retention

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Janet Calkins Bostwick (Incumbent)

Appointed to the court by Gov. Doug Ducey (R)


No

Pima County Superior Court Division 27 - Retention

 No Candidate Selected

Pima County Superior Court Division 15 - Retention

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Javier Chon-Lopez (Incumbent)

Appointed to the court by Gov. Janet Napolitano (D)


Yes

Pima County Superior Court Division 2 - Retention

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Alan Goodwin (Incumbent)

Republican. Appointed to the court by Gov. Doug Ducey (R).


No

Pima County Superior Court Division 13 - Retention

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Peter Hochuli (Incumbent)

Leans Right


No

Pima County Superior Court Division 21 - Retention

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Cynthia Kuhn (Incumbent)

Leans Right


No

Pima County Superior Court Division 6 - Retention

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Danelle B. Liwski (Incumbent)

Leans Right


No

Pima County Superior Court Division 10 - Retention

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James Erik Marner (Incumbent)

Appointed to the court by Gov. Jan Hull (R)


No

Pima County Superior Court Division 19 - Retention

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Kathleen Ann Quigley (Incumbent)

Appointed to the court by Gov. Jan Brewer (R).


No

Pima County Superior Court - Retention

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Pima County Superior Court Division 17 - Retention

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Catherine Woods (Incumbent)

Leans Right


No

Measures and Propositions

Arizona State Ballot Measures

Proposition 128Arizona Legislative Changes to Ballot Initiatives with Invalid Provisions Amendment (2022)
A "yes" vote supported this constitutional amendment to allow the Arizona State Legislature to amend or repeal voter-approved ballot initiatives if any portion has been declared unconstitutional or illegal by the Arizona Supreme Court or U.S. Supreme Court.

A "no" vote opposed this constitutional amendment, thus continuing to require the Arizona State Legislature to propose a ballot measure to amend or repeal a voter-approved ballot initiative, including in cases where part of the initiative has been declared invalid.

Proposition 130Arizona Property Tax Exemptions Amendment (2022)
A "yes" vote supported allowing the legislature to set certain property tax exemption amounts and qualifications (including property tax exemptions for widows and widowers; those with total and permanent disabilities; disabled veterans; and property used for trade, business, or agriculture) and consolidating the constitution's property tax exemption provisions into a single article.
A "no" vote opposed allowing the legislature to set certain property tax exemption amounts and qualifications and consolidating the constitution's property tax exemption provisions into a single article.
Proposition 209Arizona Interest Rate Limit on Debt from Healthcare Services and Collection Exempt Property and Earnings Increase Initiative (2022)

A "yes" vote supported:
  • setting a limit on interest rates for debt accrued from receiving healthcare services equal to either the weekly average one-year constant maturity treasury yield or 3%, and 
  • increasing the amount of value for certain property and earnings exempt from attachment, execution, forced sale, and any other debt collection processes.
A "no" vote opposed:
  • setting a limit on interest rates for debt accrued from receiving healthcare services equal to either the weekly average one-year constant maturity treasury yield or 3%, and 
  • increasing the amount of value for certain property and earnings exempt from attachment, execution, forced sale, and any other debt collection processes.
Proposition 211Arizona Campaign Finance Sources Disclosure Initiative (2022)

A "yes" vote supported requiring that persons or entities that make an independent expenditure of $50,000 or more on a statewide campaign or $25,000 or more on a local campaign must disclose the names of the money's original sources, defined as the persons or businesses that earned the money being spent.
A "no" vote opposed requiring that persons or entities that make an independent expenditure of $50,000 or more on a statewide campaign or $25,000 or more on a local campaign must disclose the names of the money's original sources.
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