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Updated Dec. 13, 2022 at 9:16 a.m. Eastern

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Last data update: Dec. 5, 2022 at 1:31 p.m. ET

ArizonaELECTION RESULTS

What to watch

Katie Hobbs (D) is projected to win the Governor race.

Sen. Mark Kelly (D) is projected to win the Senate race.

Rep. David Schweikert (R) is projected to win the District 1 race.

Eli Crane (R) is projected to win the District 2 race.

Juan Ciscomani (R) is projected to win the District 6 race.

Governor

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Key race

This is the most closely watched contest in the state as former news anchor and Trump-backed Republican Kari Lake is one of the most prominent 2020 election deniers in the country. She is facing former Arizona secretary of state Katie Hobbs (D), who defended the election process in Arizona as the person in charge of certifying Biden’s victory in 2020.

Hobbs (D) has won.

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Katie HobbsHobbsK. HobbsDEM
1,287,89050.3
Kari LakeLakeK. LakeGOP
1,270,77449.7

We estimate around all votes cast have been counted.

U.S. Senate

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Key race

Sen. Mark Kelly (D), the former astronaut and husband of former congresswoman and gun-control advocate Gabrielle Giffords (D), is one of the GOP’s top targets this election cycle. But his reelection chances, according to political prognosticators, appear to have improved since the GOP primary elevated Blake Masters. Masters is a venture capitalist linked to PayPal founder Peter Thiel, who helped to fund his primary run, and is endorsed by Donald Trump. A super PAC linked to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) canceled nearly $10 million in ad spending on the contest in late September.

Kelly (D) has won.

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Mark KellyKellyM. Kelly

incumbent

DEM
1,322,02651.4
Blake MastersMastersB. MastersGOP
1,196,30846.5
Marc VictorVictorM. VictorLIB
53,7622.1

We estimate around all votes cast have been counted.

* Incumbent

Key ballot measures

A "yes" vote for Arizona Proposition 309 supports adding more stringent voter identification requirements to both in-person and mail-in voting.

Arizona Proposition 309 - Change Voter-ID Laws

No has won.

Votes received and percentages of total vote
ResponseVotesPct.
YesYesYes
1,201,18149.6
winner
NoNoNo
1,219,66850.4

We estimate around all votes cast have been counted.

Other statewide races

State Rep. Mark Finchem (R), a member of the extremist group Oath Keepers who was photographed outside the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, still does not accept the results of the 2020 election. In 2022, he is running to become secretary of state, the top elections official, in a key swing state. The seat is open, and former Maricopa County recorder Adrian Fontes is the Democratic nominee.

Attorney General

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Kris MayesMayesK. MayesDEM
1,254,61250.0
Abraham HamadehHamadehA. HamadehGOP
1,254,10250.0

We estimate around all votes cast have been counted.

Secretary of State

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
winner
Adrian FontesFontesA. FontesDEM
1,320,61852.4
Mark FinchemFinchemM. FinchemGOP
1,200,41147.6

We estimate around all votes cast have been counted.

U.S. House

Arizona has a new congressional map this year so your district may have changed. Find your congressional district here.

Key House races

  • Ariz.District 1

    This suburban Phoenix district is held by a Republican but went for Biden by a single percentage point in 2020.

    Votes received and percentages of total vote
    CandidatePct.
    winner
    David SchweikertSchweikertD. Schweikert

    incumbent

    GOP
    50.4
    Jevin HodgeHodgeJ. HodgeDEM
    49.6

    Est. 100% counted

  • Ariz.District 2

    This district is home to part of Navajo Nation and went for Trump by eight points in 2020.

    Votes received and percentages of total vote
    CandidatePct.
    winner
    Eli CraneCraneE. CraneGOP
    53.9
    Tom O'HalleranO'HalleranT. O'Halleran

    incumbent

    DEM
    46.1

    Est. 100% counted

  • Ariz.District 6

    This open seat in the southeastern part of the state is held by a retiring Democrat and is about as evenly divided as it can get between the parties.

    Votes received and percentages of total vote
    CandidatePct.
    winner
    Juan CiscomaniCiscomaniJ. CiscomaniGOP
    50.7
    Kirsten EngelEngelK. EngelDEM
    49.3

    Est. 100% counted

All House races

Seat2020 ResultsCandidatesPct.VotesEst. counted
District 1
Close
Est. 100% counted
District 1
Close
winner
D. SchweikertDavid Schweikert

incumbent

50.4%
182,336

100% counted

J. HodgeJevin Hodge
49.6%
179,141
District 2
Trump +8
Est. 100% counted
District 2
Trump +8
winner
E. CraneEli Crane
53.9%
174,169

100% counted

T. O'HalleranTom O'Halleran

incumbent

46.1%
149,150
District 3
Biden +50
Est. 100% counted
District 3
Biden +50
winner
R. GallegoRuben Gallego

incumbent

77.0%
108,599

100% counted

J. ZinkJeff Zink
23.0%
32,475
District 4
Biden +11
Est. 100% counted
District 4
Biden +11
winner
G. StantonGreg Stanton

incumbent

56.1%
148,941

100% counted

K. CooperKelly Cooper
43.9%
116,521
District 5
Trump +16
Est. 100% counted
District 5
Trump +16
winner
A. BiggsAndy Biggs

incumbent

56.7%
182,464

100% counted

J. RamosJavier Garcia Ramos
37.4%
120,243
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District 6
Close
Est. 100% counted
District 6
Close
winner
J. CiscomaniJuan Ciscomani
50.7%
177,201

100% counted

K. EngelKirsten Engel
49.3%
171,969
District 7
Biden +32
Est. 100% counted
District 7
Biden +32
winner
R. GrijalvaRaúl Grijalva

incumbent

64.5%
126,418

100% counted

L. PozzoloLuis Pozzolo
35.5%
69,444
District 8
Trump +13
Est. 0% counted
District 8
Trump +13
winner
D. LeskoDebbie Lesko

incumbent

0.0%
0

0% counted

Uncontested
District 9
Trump +26
Est. 0% counted
District 9
Trump +26
winner
P. GosarPaul Gosar

incumbent

0.0%
0

0% counted

Uncontested

* Incumbent

The Post estimated the lean of 2022 congressional districts using 2020 presidential results by precinct from Decision Desk HQ and estimates where actual votes at the precinct level were unavailable. Districts classified as “Strong Biden” and “Strong Trump” show where a candidate is estimated to have won by 15 percentage points or more. “Lean Biden” and “Lean Trump” districts had estimated vote margins between five and 15 points. “Close” districts show an estimated margin within five points.

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