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State Results

Ariz. Governor%
 Declared WinnerNapolitano (D) 47
 Salmon (R) 44
 Other 9
100% Precincts Reporting
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Renzi's Riches Raise His Chances in Ariz. Race
Republican Rick Renzi appears to have pulled ahead of Democrat George Cordova in Arizona's new, politically competitive 1st District -- prompting CQ to re-rank the race from "No Clear Favorite" to "Leans Republican."

Ariz. Election News
'Soprano'-Style Politics: Third-Party Candidates in Maine and Arizona Find Hard-Hitting Attack Ads Hit Back (washingtonpost.com, Oct. 17, 2002; 10:45 AM)

Happy Days are Here for Likely Freshman Franks (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 24, 2002; 10:35 PM)

Race Set for Tossup Ariz. District (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 13, 2002; 6:05 PM)

Arizonans Await Outcomes in Primary Contests (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 12, 2002; 1:20 AM)

Salmon, Napolitano Win in Ariz. Governor's Primary (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 11, 2002; 2:50 AM)

Campaigns-Turned-Scrums for 3 Open Ariz. Seats (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 6, 2002; 7:20 PM)

Large Undecided Bloc May Sway Ariz. Governor's Race (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 6, 2002; 5:35 PM)

13 Candidates Crowd Field for New Ariz. District (Congressional Quarterly, July 23, 2002; 12:50 PM)

Retiring Stump Endorses Top Aide Atkins (Congressional Quarterly, April 26, 2002; 7:54 PM)

Another Udall Has His Eye on Washington (Post, March 21, 2002; 10:19 AM)

Clinton Ex-Aide Running for House (Post, Feb. 23, 2002)


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