Election Day a month away

By: 
CARY HINES, Assistant editor
The midterm election is just over a month away. Those on the Permanent Early Voting List should receive their ballots in about a week as they are set to be mailed Oct. 10. The deadline to mail early ballots back is Oct. 31 and the last day to vote early in the Nov. 6 general election is Nov. 2. Not on the PEVL, but want to vote early?
You still can by calling the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office at 602-506-1511 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday by Oct. 26.
 
Still not registered to vote, but want to make your voice heard? You’re in luck there, too, as you still have a few days. The deadline is Oct. 9; go to www.arizona.vote/ or servicearizona.com/voterRegistration. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day. Any qualified voter who is in line to vote by 7 p.m. on Election Day will be allowed to vote. To find your polling location, go to https://recorder.maricopa.gov/pollingplace/ or https://voter.azsos.gov/VoterView/PollingPlaceSearch.do.
 
Since the primary election in August, a host of write-ins have secured spots on the ballot, making the general election ticket almost as lengthy as the primary.
 
All Glendale voters will see state races, such as governor, secretary of state and superintendent of public instruction, on their ballots. They will also vote for U.S. senator, and depending on where they live, will vote for the Congressional District 7 or 8 representative and Legislative District 13, 20, 22, 29 or 30 senator and representatives.
 
Following are the candidates who will appear on the general election ballot (electors should keep in mind that they will vote for two Corporation Commission candidates, as well as two state House of Representatives candidates):
 
Governor
  • Doug Ducey (Republican)
  • David Garcia (Democrat)
  • Angel Torres (Green)
  • Arthur Ray “RT” Arvizu (Republican Takeover, write-in)
  • Cary D. Dolego (Green, write-in)
  • James “MarvelMan” Gibson II (Humanitarian, write-in)
  • Christian Komor (None, write-in)
  • Patrick Masoya (None, write-in)
Secretary of State
  • Steve Gaynor (Republican)
  • Katie Hobbs (Democrat)
  • Alice Novoa (Republican, write-in)
Attorney General
  • Mark Brnovich (Republican)
  • January Contreras (Democrat)
State Treasurer
  • Kimberly Yee (Republican)
  • Mark Manoil (Democrat)
Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Frank Riggs (Republican)
  • Kathy Hoffman (Democrat)
  • Matthew Harris (Democrat, write-in)
State Mine Inspector
  • Joe Hart (Republican)
  • William “Bill” Pierce (Democrat)
Corporation Commissioner
  • Rodney Glassman (Republican)
  • Justin Olson (Republican)
  • Sandra Kennedy (Democrat)
  • Kiana Maria Sears (Democrat)
  • Neil Desanti (Republican, write-in)
U.S. Senator
  • Martha McSally (Republican)
  • Kyrsten Sinema (Democrat)
  • Angela Green (Green)
  • Sheila Bilyeu (Democrat, write-in)
  • Michael Decarlo (None, write-in)
  • Robert Kay (Republican, write-in)
  • Jeff Pearce (Independent, write-in)
  • Jonathan Ringham (The Old Republic, write-in)
  • Benjamin Wirtz (Republican, write-in)
U.S. Representative, District 7
  • Ruben Gallego (Democrat)
  • Gary Swing (Green)
  • James “007” Bond IV (Republican, write-in)
U.S. Representative, District 8
  • Debbie Lesko (Republican)
  • Hiral Tipirneni (Democrat)
  • Steven Hummel (New Paradigm Party, write-in)
State Senator, District 13
  • Sine Kerr (Republican)
  • Michelle Harris (Democrat)
State Representative, District 13
  • Timothy “Tim” Dunn (Republican)
  • Joanne Osborne (Republican)
  • Thomas Tzitzura (Democrat)
State Senator, District 20
  • Paul Boyer (Republican)
  • Douglas Ervin (Democrat)
  • Doug “Q” Quelland (None, write-in)
State Representative, District 20
  • Shawnna Bolick (Republican)
  • Anthony Kern (Republican)
  • Hazel Chandler (Democrat)
  • Christopher “Chris” Gilfillan (Democrat)
State Senator, District 22
  • David Livingston (Republican)
  • Wendy Garcia (Democrat)
State Representative, District 22
  • Frank Carroll (Republican)
  • Ben Toma (Republican)
  • Valerie Harris (Democrat)
  • Teri Sarmiento (Democrat)
  • Ron Ha’o (Republican, write-in)
State Senator, District 29
  • Martin J. Quezada (Democrat)
  • Charles Carpenter (Republican, write-in)
State Representative, District 29
  • Richard Andrade (Democrat)
  • Cesar Chavez (Democrat)
State Senator, District 30
  • Otoniel “Tony” Navarrete (Democrat)
State Representative, District 30
  • Gary Spears (Republican)
  • Robert Meza (Democrat)
  • Raquel Teran (Democrat)

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