AZ Battleground Districts

As we’ve mentioned in earlier posts, the Arizona Democratic Party spending a bundle in hopes of landing a majority in the Arizona House of Representatives. To do it, they need to hold onto all their 2006 gains and pick up four new seats.

We’ve done some research and come up with the following Battleground Districts to watch across the state as election results come in.

Legislative District 26

Democrats
Nancy Young Wright
Don Jorgensen

Republicans
Vic Williams
Marilyn Zerull

Legislative District 30

Democrat
Andrea Dalessandro

Republicans
Frank Antenori
David Gowan

Legislative District 9

Democrats
Shawn Hutchinson
Sheri Van Horsen

Republicans
Debbie Lesko
Rick Murphy

Legislative District 10

Democrats
Lamont Lovejoy
Jackie Thrasher

Republicans
Doug Quelland
Jim Weiers

Legislative District 11

Democrat Eric Meyer

Republican Jon Altmann
Republican Adam Driggs

Legislative District 12

Democrats
Eve Nuñez
David Scanlon

Republicans
Steve Montenegro
Jerry Weiers

Legislative District 20

Democrat
Rae Waters

Republicans
Jeff Dial
John McComish

Legislative District 21

Democrat
Phil Hettmansperger

Republicans
Warde Nichols
Steve Yarbrough

Legislative District 23

Democrats
Ernest Bustamante
Barbara McGuire

Republicans
John Fillmore
Frank Pratt

Legislative District 24

Democrats
Lynne Pancrazi
Theresa Ulmer

Republican
Russ Jones

Legislative District 25

Democrats
Richard Boyer
Pat Fleming

Republicans
David Stevens
Timathy Davies

A long-shot district for a Democratic pickup:

Legislative District 6
Republicans
Carl Seel
Sam Crump

Democrat
Teri Conrad
Jack Doody

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