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8/2/2022 Primary Election Results

2022 Arizona Primary Election Results


2022 Missouri Primary Election Results


Arizona Primary Election News

Kari Lake-vs.- Karrin Taylor Robson Arizona GOP primary too close to call

The Republican gubernatorial primary in Arizona was too close to call Wednesday as candidates endorsed by former President Donald Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence held the top two spots.


Lake takes slim lead over Taylor Robson in Arizona GOP governor race

Arizona’s Republican candidate for governor has yet to be settled with Kari Lake and Karrin Taylor Robson in a tight race. In the early hours of Wednesday morning, Taylor Robson’s nine-point advantage had closed and Lake took a less-than 2,000 vote lead.


Masters prevails in AZ GOP Senate primary

Blake Masters will be the Arizona Republican party’s candidate in its bid to take back the U.S. Senate. As of Wednesday morning, Masters held 39% of the vote. Jim Lamon, veteran and founder of DEPCOM solar, trailed at 29%, with Mark Brnovich, current Arizona Attorney General, behind at 18%. The remaining votes, many of which are mail-in ballots that were turned in directly on election day, will be tallied Wednesday.


Ballot Initiative to Reform Arizona Election Laws Allegedly Gathered Signatures Illegally

Note: Katie Hobbs, current Arizona Secretary of State, is the Democrat nominee for governor.

A ballot initiative that would significantly change how the state’s electoral campaigns are funded and conducted is facing allegations of illegal signature gathering.


Missouri Primary Election News

Missouri AG Schmitt decisively wins Republican nomination for U.S. Senate

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt won the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate on Tuesday in convincing fashion, doubling the number of votes of his next two challengers combined.







The $739 billion Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 being pushed through the U.S. Senate to be passed by reconciliation (50 votes plus the Vice President) before the upcoming August recess is a threat to America’s economy and the well-being of all Americans. The article above makes clear that Senator Kyrsten Sinema is the one Democrat vote that America is looking at. She alone can stop this legislation. Please contact her at her office locations in Washington, D.C. and in Arizona by phone and letter. Click the red TAKE ACTION link below for Senator Sinema’s contact information.

Although Senator Mark Kelly is a do-as -Chuck Schumer- tells-you-to-do partisan shill, contacting him may be helpful given his significant vulnerability in the November general election. His contact information is also found at the TAKE ACTION link below. We suggest that copying him on your letter to Senator Sinema may possibly have some impact on his voting behavior. Calling his office is also important – the staffs do score the relative positions of constituents and this too may influence the voting behavior.


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