Women Running in Arizona

Significance of State

Arizona is a state where it has become evident that the Trump presidency has prompted political realignment. Once considered a solid Red state, Trump barely won Arizona in 2016, minimizing the Republican margin Romney won by (9%) to just 3.5%. As a new swing state, Arizona is expected to join the ranks of Florida, Nevada, Michigan, and Wisconsin in determining the outcome of the next election.

Ann Kirkpatrick ~ U.S. House, District 2

Ann represented Arizona’s 2nd district from 2009 to 2011, and again from 2013-2017. After taking a break from Congress to run for Senate, Ann took back her seat in 2018 when she beat Republican Lea Marquez Peterson for the then-open seat. She now faces several Republican challengers in this likely Democratic district.

Hiral Tipirneni ~ U.S. House, District 6

Hiral won the Party's nomination on August 4th. She will challenge incumbent Republican David Schweikert in this lean/likely Republican district. Schweikert has held this seat since 2011, but saw his support decline between 2016 and 2018 elections (from 62% to 55%). Schweikert voted against impeaching the president, has an "A" rating from the NRA, is a member of the Freedom Caucus and lobbied hard in support of final attempt to repeal the ACA (with a bill that only 17% of American's supported).

Joan Greene ~ U.S. House, District 5

After an unsuccessful run in 2018, Joan is once again challenging Republican incumbent Andy Biggs in this solid/safe Republican district. She's better organized and ready to win.

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