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AZ Gov

R

R

We need to flip this seat.

Clinton lost by:

-3.5%

Biden won by:

0.3%

2016-20 shift:

3.8%

Kari Lake

republican

Endorsed by Donald Trump and other extremists like Michael Flynn.

One of the foremost national figures spreading conspiracy theories about the 2020 election.

Supports further restrictions on abortion after the Dobbs decision, including a law modeled after the abortion restrictions passed in Texas.

Katie Hobbs

democrat

Winner

Defended Arizonans’ right to vote as Secretary of State, and will do the same as governor.

Has plans aimed at lowering costs for working families, including child care assistance.

Will work to roll back restrictions on abortion and expand health care.

Note: If this office has an incumbent, the incumbent is shown here. Swing Left will support the Democratic nominee following the primary, or pre-primary only if they are running unopposed, with the exception of statewide incumbents in competitive gubernatorial and U.S. Senate races, which have received early support.

AZ House

D

29

R

31

We need to make gains in this chamber.

Arizona Democrats have picked up four seats in the state house over the last two elections and are just two seats away from winning a majority. Running under new legislative maps this year, Democrats must protect gains won over the last two cycles while flipping at least two vulnerable, Republican-held seats in 2022. New district lines mean that some state house incumbents are running for reelection in a district other than the one they currently serve. This is the case for Rep. Judy Schwiebert, who represents LD-20, and Rep. Jennifer Pawlik, who represents LD-17.

LD-2: Rep. Judy Schwiebert (LD-20) (D)

LD-4: Laura Terech (D)

LD-9: Lorena Austin (D)

LD-9: Seth Blattman (D)

LD-13: Rep. Jennifer Pawlik (LD-17) (D)

AZ Senate

D

14

R

16

We need to make gains in this chamber.

Arizona Democrats were just two seats away from winning the state senate majority in 2020. Running under new legislative maps this year, Democrats must protect gains won over the last four years while flipping at least two vulnerable, Republican-held seats in 2022. New district lines mean that some state senate incumbents are running for reelection in a district other than the one they currently represent. This is the case for Sen. Christine Marsh, who is now running for SD-4 after flipping her current district, SD-28, by fewer than 500 votes in the 2020 elections.

SD-2: Jeanne Casteen (D)

SD-4: Sen. Christine Marsh (SD-28) (D)

SD-9: Eva Burch (D)

SD-13: Cindy Hans (D)

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