Who Won Arizona Elections in 2006?
Incumbent Republican Senator Jon Kyl won re-election in the 2006 Arizona elections, as did incumbent Democrat Governor Janet Napolitano.
In Arizona's 5th Disctrict, Democratic challenger Harold Mitchell defeated Republican incumbent J D Hayworth. Democrat Gabrielle Giffords won an open House seat in the 8th District.
Arizona also passed propositions to raise the minimum wage and make English the official language, while defeating propositions to ban same-sex marriage and have a lottery attached to voting.
|1st District||Rick Renzi||REP||Incumbent||51.8%|
|2nd District||Trent Franks||REP||Incumbent||58.6%|
|3rd District||John B Shadegg||REP||Incumbent||59.3%|
|4th District||Ed Pastor||DEM||Incumbent||72.5%|
|5th District||Harry Mitchell||DEM||50.4%|
|6th District||Jeff Flake||REP||Incumbent||74.8%|
|7th District||Raul Grijalva||DEM||Incumbent||61.1%|
|8th District||Gabrielle Giffords||DEM||54.3%|