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Arizona Primary election, 2006

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The people of Arizona will hold our primary election on September 12th, 2006.

US Senate Edit

United States House of RepresentativesEdit

  • AZ-01 candidates:
    • Rick Renzi (R) incumbent.(hw) (cw)
    • Mike Caccioppoli (D) (cw)
    • Susan Friedman (D)
    • Jack Jackson Jr. (D) (cw)
    • Vic McKerlie (D) (cw)
    • Simon (D) (Winner)
  • AZ-08 candidates:
    • Jim Kolbe (R) incumbent. Retiring in 2006. Open Seat.
    • Republican candidates
      • Frank Antenori (R) (cw)
      • Keith Bee (R)
      • Tim Bee (R) (cw)
      • Ann Day (R) (Pima Council website)
      • Randy Graf (R) (Winner) (cw) - far right, challenged Kolbe in 2004 primary
      • Mike Hellon (R) - endorsed by Kolbe
      • Toni Hellon (R) (cw)
      • Pete Hershberger (R) (cw)
      • Steve Huffman (R) (cw)
      • Mike Jenkins (R) (cw)
      • John Munger (R)
      • Jonathan Paton (R) (AZ lege website)
      • Fred Ronstadt (R) (cw)
    • Democratic Candidates:
    • Independent Candidate:
      • Bill Katzel (I)


The following state governor candidates will be on the ballot.




Registering a domain name with a famous trademark or name in order to profit from it is a felony in Arizona. Arizona's governor Janet Napolitano may have done this with the famous name of one her Republican challengers - the nephew of the late Barry Goldwater.

The domain names and are forwarded to Governor Janet Napolitano's campaign website, while the correct address for Don Goldwater's web site is

State LegislatureEdit

Local electionsEdit

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