A look at other primaries and local races across Arizona

PHOENIX (KSAZ) -- Here's a look at some of the other primary and local races across Arizona.

U.S. House

District 1
Incumbent Democratic representative Tom O'Halleran is running unopposed in his party's primary.

District 1 covers a large portion of Arizona, according to O'Halleran's House website, including Flagstaff, Holbrook, Winslow and Show Low in the north, portions of Tucson and all of Eloy and Marana in the south, and Coolidge and Maricopa.

District 2
The Associated Press is projecting Ann Kirkpatrick as the winner of the Democratic primary. This seat is being vacated by Martha McSally, who is facing Kyrsten Sinema for the Senate seat being vacated by Jeff Flake.

Lea Marquez Peterson and Brandon Martin are running in the GOP primary for the seat.

According to McSally's House website, District 2 covers parts of Southeastern Arizona, including portions of Tucson, and the cities of Sierra Vista, Bisbee, Willcox, and Douglas.

District 3
The Associated Press is projecting Nick Pierson as the winner of the GOP primary. Incumbent Democratic representative Raul Grijalva is running unopposed in his party's primary.

According to Grijalva's House website, District 3 covers parts of Southwestern Arizona, including the city of Nogales, as well as parts of Tucson and parts of the West Valley

District 4
Incumbent Republican representative Paul Gosar is running unopposed in his party's primary.

According to the Arizona Secretary of State's office, David Brill and Delina DiSanto are running for the Democratic nomination for the seat, while Haryaksha Gregor Knauer is running unopposed in the Green Party primary for the seat.

District 5
Incumbent Republican representative Andy Biggs is running unopposed in his party's primary.

On the Democratic side, Joan Greene and Jose Torres are running in that party's primary, according to th Arizona Secretary of State's office.

According to Biggs' House website, District 5 covers parts of the East Valley, including portions of Chandler and Gilbert..

District 6
Incumbent Republican representative David Schweikert is running unopposed in his party's primary. Anita Malik and Heather Ross are running for the Democratic nomination for this seat.

District 7
The Associated Press is projecting Ruben Gallego as the winner of the Democratic primary. Gallego is facing no other opponents in the November election.

District 8
The Associated Press is projecting  Debbie Lesko, who won the seat in a special election, as the winner of the GOP primary for the seat. This means there will be rematch between Lesko and Hiral Tipirneni. Lesko defeated Tipirneni during the special election.

Tipirneni ran unopposed in the Democratic Party primary.

District 9
The Associated Press is projecting Steve Ferrara as the winner of the GOP primary for the seat. This seat is being vacated by Kyrsten Sinema, who is facing Martha McSally for the Senate seat being vacated by Jeff Flake.

Former Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton ran unopposed in the Democratic primary for the seat.

Statewide Offices

Attorney General
Both Republican Mark Brnovich and Democrat January Contreras ran unopposed in their respective primaries.

State Treasurer
The Associated Press is projecting Kimberly Yee as the winner of the GOP primary for the position. She will face Democrat Mark Manoil in November. Manoil ran unopposed his party's primary.

Superintendent of Public Instruction
The Associated Press is projecting Kathy Hoffman as the winner of the Democratic primary for the position.

The GOP, according to the Arizona Secretary of State's Office, has a five-way race for the seat that features incumbent Diane Douglas and four other candidates: Bob Branch, Frank Riggs, Tracy Livingston, and Jonathan Gelbart.

Corporation Commission
Voters were tasked select two people for a four-year term on the Corporation Commission.

The Associated Press has projected Justin Olson as the GOP nominee for one of the two seats. Meanwhile, the AP also projected Sandra Kennedy as the Democratic nominee for one of the two seats.

Rodney Glassman and James "Jim" O'Connor are also running in the GOP primary, while Kiana Maria Sears and William "Bill" Mundell are running in the Democratic primary.

Mine Inspector
Incumbent Joe Hart (R) and Bill Pierce (D) ran unopposed in their respective party's primary, according to the AP.

Notable State Legislative Primaries

State Senate District 13
Don Shooter, who was expelled from the Arizona State House following allegations of sexual harassment, is running in the GOP primary for the seat. Shooter is in a three-way race against Brent Backus and Sine Kerr.

As of 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, preliminary figures from the Arizona Secretary of State's office show Shooter in third place, in terms of votes, with Kerr in the lead.

The GOP nominee will face Democrat Michelle Harris in the general election. Harris was unopposed in Tuesday's Democratic primary.

State House District 1
Voter from each party are tasked to select two people to advance to the general election.

David Stringer, who was called to resign by the Arizona Republican Party after remarks he made during a Yavapai County Republican Men's Forum sparked allegations of racism, is in a three-way race in the GOP primary, facing Noel Campbell and Jodi Rooney.

As of 2:46 p.m. Wednesday, figures released by the Associated Press show Stringer in 2nd place, withj Noel Campbell in 1st place..

Jan Manolis and Ed Gogek are the two candidates in the Democratic primary for the seat.

State House District 5
Voter from each party are tasked to select two people to advance to the general election.

Paul Mosley, who was embroiled in a controversy involving speeding and the use of legislative immunity, is in a three-way GOP primary race, facing Leo Biasiucci and Regina Cobb.

As of 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, preliminary figures from the Arizona Secretary of State's office show Mosley in third place, in terms of votes, with Cobb in the lead.

The GOP nominees will face Democrat Mary McCord Robinson in the general election. McCord Robinson was unopposed in Tuesday's Democratic primary.

Phoenix

Ballot Propositions
Voters in the City of Phoenix voted on six ballot propositions specific to the city.

The propositions deal with changing the date of municipal elections to match those of Federal and State elections, power to remove city council members found to have violated the city's Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment policy, verification of initiatives, extension of Southwest Gas' franchise, and the method to refer city charter amendments

As of 10:00 p.m., preliminary figures from the Maricopa County Recorder's Office show the "yes" vote in the lead for all propositions.

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