Arizona - U.S. House, District 1

as of November 1

The Candidates

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Ann Kirkpatrick

  • Democrat (Incumbent)
  • Birthdate: March 14, 1950
  • Residence: Flagstaff, AZ

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Paul Gosar

  • Republican
  • Birthdate: November 27, 1958
  • Residence: Flagstaff, AZ

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Previous Results

    Arizona U.S. House (2008)

    Candidate Party Votes %
    Ann Kirkpatrick DEM 155,791 55.9%
    Sydney Hay REP 109,924 39.4%
    Brent Maupin NO 9,394 3.4%
    Thane Eichenauer LIB 3,678 1.3%

    U.S. President: Arizona (2008)

    Data reflect statewide results.
    Candidate Party Votes %
    John McCain REP 1,230,111 53.7%
    Barack Obama DEM 1,034,707 45.1%
    Bob Barr LIB 12,555 0.5%
    Ralph Nader NO 11,301 0.5%
    Cynthia McKinney GRE 3,406 0.1%

    district Election Profile

Source: Associated Press

Recent Analysis

Nov 1, 2010

New NPR Rating

Lean-R (was Toss-up)

    Oct 8, 2010

    New Cook Political Report Rating

    Lean-R (was Toss-up)

      Oct 1, 2010

      New Sabato's Crystal Ball Rating

      Lean-R (was Toss-up)

        New CQ - Roll Call Rating

        Lean-R (was Toss-up)

          Sep 27, 2010

          New Rothenberg Political Report Rating

          Lean-R (was Toss-up)

            Sep 20, 2010

            New CQ - Roll Call Rating

            Toss-up (was Lean-D)

              Sep 7, 2010

              GOP Has Shot Of Winning Back Seat

              Democrats won this seat in 2008 when the GOP incumbent, Rick Renzi, was indicted on corruption charges and wisely decided not to run again. Ann Kirkpatrick was an easy winner in a year when the Republicans were split and disheartened. They seem more energized this time with Paul Gosar, a dentist who had the preprimary endorsements of Sarah Palin and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. -Ken Rudin

              New NPR Rating

              Toss-up

                 

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