Primary elections in Arizona: what is voted, how, where?

(CNN Spanish) — Arizona holds primary elections next Tuesday, August 2, a contest in which seats in Congress will be disputed, as well as the governorship of the state and other positions in local offices.

Here, everything you need to know about the primaries in Arizona that will define the state representatives for the general election on November 8.

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The primaries serve to define the candidates of each party (Democratic and Republican) who will be on the electoral ballot and will represent Arizona in the general elections on November 8.

In state primaries there are races for the US Senate and House of Representatives, governor, secretary of state, attorney general, treasurer, superintendent of public instruction, corporation commission and inspector of mines.

For him Senate there is one contested seat, which is currently held by Democrat Mike Kelly who, in turn, is running for re-election. In addition to Kelly, four other Republican candidates will be on the ballot: Blake Masters, Mark Brnovich, Jim Lamon, Michael McGuire.

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These are the candidates for governor that will appear on the ballot in the Arizona primary:


Katie Hobbs Aaron Lieberman Marco Lopez


Kari Lake Scott Neely Matt Salmon Karrin Taylor Robson

For Secretary of statehave applied to the primaries:


Reginald Bolding Adrian Fontes


Shawnna Bolick Mark Finchem Beau Lane Michelle Ugenti-Rita

For state attorney general:


Chris Mayes Republicans: Lacy Cooper Rodney Glassman Andrew Gould Dawn Grove How to vote and where to vote in the Arizona primary?

There are several options to vote in the Arizona primary election: either by mail or in person. Please note that if you are affiliated with a political party, you will only be able to vote in that party’s primary and your ballot will be cast automatically. Also, you should know that if you are an independent voter you will be able to participate since Arizona has open primary elections.

Vote by mail: All registered voters can apply for mail-in ballot and vote from home. You must apply by 5 pm on Friday, July 22 for the primary and by Friday, October 28 for the general election.

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Early voting in person: all counties offer options for early voting in person for both elections from 27 days before. For the primaries, they were able to do so from Wednesday, July 6, to Friday, July 29. For the general ones, from Wednesday, October 12 and until Friday, November 4.

Voting in person on Election Day: If you prefer to vote in person on Election Day (the state primary is August 2), you can go to a assigned polling place where your ballot will be delivered to you. In certain counties there are polling places where anyone can go and receive a ballot to vote. The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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