Every statewide office and every seat in Congress — plus one hotly contested Senate seat — are up for grabs in Arizona this year. Below, you'll find a list of all the candidates for federal and statewide office who collected enough signatures to earn a spot on the ballot for the August primaries, as well as links to their websites whenever possible.
Looking for candidates for the state Legislature? You can find them here.
Congressional District 1
Congressional District 2
Congressional District 3
Congressional District 4
Haryaksha Gregor Knauer
Congressional District 5
Congressional District 8
Congressional District 9
Secretary of State
Superintendent of Public Instruction
State Mine Inspector
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Update, June 29th: This post has been updated to reflect the fact that the following candidates have either withdrawn or been removed from the ballot due to signature challenges: Miguel Olivas from Congressional District 1, Josh Reilly from Congressional District 2, Bob Musselwhite and Bob Olsen from Congressional District 8, Talia Fuentes and Seth Leibsohn from Congressional District 9, Doug Marks and Eve Reyes-Aguirre from the Senate race, Kevin McCormack from the governor's race, and Mark Robert Gordon and Leslie Pico from Secretary of State.