The Arizona general elections will soon be taking place on November 3rd, 2020. There are many state and federal jobs looking to be filled with the right candidates for the residents of Arizona. Some of the key elections to watch are:
– Arizona Gubernatorial election will occur in 2022 without incumbent Doug Ducey (R) due to term-limits
– Arizona Senate in 2020 will be a special election between appointed Martha McSally (R), and seat challengers
– All 9 of the House of Representatives seats are occupied – 1 from each congressional district. No one from either Democratic or Republican party has filed to run in the upcoming election as of this moment.
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Arizona voters can place their vote at their voting precinct on November 8th, 2022. Early voting will begin in the fall and the polls will be open from 6am-7pm with a possibility of extended hours. Online voter registration is accepted.
The Republican party will likely nominate President Trump as their GOP candidate. Trump got 48% of the vote during the 2018 election and won the state by a close margin. Trump will look to continue that success for the 2020 Presidential election and will likely make a couple of stops in Arizona on the campaign trail.
Several names are included in the Democratic nomination already but those names are likely to change by the time 2020 comes around. Several names are already making waves and ready to take on the GOP candidate as the election draws closer.
The 2020 Presidential election is coming up and while some voters couldn’t be more ready for change, others are hoping to keep their incumbent in office. This election will be one for the record books and will change how our counterparts view American democracy.
Arizona is a closed primary, which means that you must be registered with the party you want to support. Independent voters will not be allowed to participate in the primary. Polls are open from 6 am to 7 pm. Voters must present an approved photo ID or two approved forms of ID that show the voter’s name and address.