2022 Primary Candidates

FEDERAL STATE AND LOCAL

U.S. SENATE
incumbent

U.S. house of representatives

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 2

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 5

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 6

ARIZONA STATEWIDE CANDIDATES

GOVERNOR

SECRETARY OF STATE

ATTORNEY GENERAL

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

TREASURER

MINE INSPECTOR

NO DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE

CORPORATE COMMISSION
vote for 2

ARIZONA LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 7

SENATE

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 10

HOUSE (Single shot- Vote for 1)

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 15

SENATE

Alan Smith (write-in)

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 16

SENATE

HOUSE (Single shot-vote for 1)

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 17

SENATE

HOUSE (Vote for 2)

pinal county

There are multiple offices up for election in Pinal County in 2022. View the full list of 2022 Pinal County Offices to be elected HERE.

JUDGES

The Arizona Commission on Judicial Performance Review lists judicial performance reviews for all of the judges that will be on the ballot. These are ratings done by other lawyers. This section will be updated with more information as it is made available.

BALLOT MEASURES

Ballot Initiatives are a way for Arizona voters to directly decide on legislation. Like a candidate seeking election, these initiatives must obtain the necessary number of valid signatures before they can be on the ballot.

city & town (non-partisan)

Pinal County has several elections. Municipal elections are non-partisan, candidates will not be listed with a party affiliation on the ballot.

Municipalities generally take responsibility for parks and recreation services, police and fire departments, housing services, emergency medical services, municipal courts, transportation services (including public transportation), and public works (streets, sewers, snow removal, signage, and so forth). Our elected representatives ensure that staff carries out these functions effectively and are held accountable by voters.

school boards

Governing board members are elected, unpaid volunteers. They are responsible for approving curriculum, setting the direction, establishing the structure, providing support, ensuring fiscal accountability, selecting the Superintendent for the district, and much more.

Save Our Schools AZ will compile a comprehensive list of school board candidates that they recommend supporting. Check back for updates.

School board candidates that earned their support have pledged to:

  • Publicly acknowledge their role as an advocate for public education beyond school board meetings to parents, community leaders and state policymakers

  • Publicly advocate for a permanent, dedicated funding stream for public education made up of new dollars from the General Fund

  • Publicly resolve or affirm any public resolution, if it becomes available to school boards, opposing any expansion of ESA private school vouchers

  • Publicly oppose the diversion of any portion of their district’s funding to privatization schemes, including (but not limited to) charter co-location or microschool vouchers

  • Support the reopening of schools (save for a highly selective group of students with verified special needs) only when Arizona meets specific scientific benchmarks for COVID-19, such as those published by the World Health Organization

additional election resources

Always take the time to do your research so you can be an informed voter. Here is a list of more trusted sites with valuable election research and information.