Arizona voters have a handful of options when they cast their votes for president Tuesday. They’ll also have choices to make in races for one of the state’s U.S. Senate seats, all nine of its U.S. House seats and all of its state House and Senate seats.
Four parties have lines on the ballot in Arizona. They are the Democratic Party, the Republican Party, the Libertarian Party and the Green Party. There’s also a ballot line for write-in candidates.
You can find a sample ballot for your town by providing your address at this Ballotpedia page.
Here’s a rundown of your options for each race:
President and Vice President
- Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine of the Democratic Party
- Donald Trump and Mike Pence of the Republican Party
- Gary Johnson and Bill Weld of the Libertarian Party
- Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka of the Green Party
- Incumbent John McCain of the Republican Party
- Challenger Ann Kirkpatrick of the Democratic Party
- Challenger Gary Swing of the Green Party
Click here for a list of towns in each of the state’s nine congressional districts and a map of congressional districts.
- Tom O’Halleran of the Democratic Party
- Paul Babeu of the Republican Party
- Ray Parrish of the Green Party
- Incumbent David Schweikert of the Republican Party
- Challenger John Williamson of the Democratic Party
State Legislative Races
Since 2009, Republicans have controlled the governorship and both chambers of the state legislature.
Every seat in the state House of Representatives (60 of them) and state Senate (30) is on the ballot. Republicans hold majorities in the House (36-24) and the Senate (18-12).
The site also has a comprehensive breakdown of races to watch in both houses.