Watch Clean Election debates for  Southern Arizona Legislative races before General Election on Nov. 6, 2018.

If you’re not sure who’s running for State Senate (1 seat) and State House (2 seats) in LD 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 14 in Southern Arizona,


view the Arizona Clean Elections Commission debates online for these legislative races


LD 2: held on Sept. 24 at Sahuarita High School, Sahuarita

Senator Andrea Dalessandro (D) vs. Shelley Kais (R)

House Reps. Rosanna Gabaldon (D) and Daniel Hernandez, Jr. (D) vs. Republicans Chris Ackerley & Anthony Sizer

LD 3: held on Oct. 17 at PCC West, Tucson

(Senator-elect Sally Gonzales (D) has no opposition in the General  – not part of debate)

House (two open seats): Andres Cano (D) vs. Green candidate Beryl Baker; House candidate Alma Hernandez (D) did not participate

LD 9: held on Oct. 16 at PCC NW, Tucson

Senate (open seat) – former House Rep. Victoria Steele (D) vs. Randy Fleenor (R)

House: Reps. Randy Friese (D) and Pam Powers Hannley (D) vs. Ana Henderson (R)

LD 10: held on Sept. 25 at Sahuaro High School, Tucson

Senator David Bradley (D) vs. Republican challenger Marilyn Wiles

House:  Rep. Kirsten Engel (D) and Domingo DeGrazia (D); House Rep. Todd Clodfelter (R) did not participate, nor did Josh Reilly (G)

LD 11: held on Sept. 21 at Oro Valley City Council Chambers

Senate (open seat): Ralph Atchue (D) vs. Vince Leach (R); Green candidate Mohammed Arif did  not participate

House (one open seat): Rep. Mark Finchem (R) and Bret Roberts (R) vs. Hollace Lyon (D) and Marcela Quiroz (D)

LD 14: held on Sept. 20 at Benson Unified School District multi-purpose bldg.

Senate (open seat): Jaime Alvarez (D) alone;  former Senator David Gowan (R) did not participate

House (one open seat) : Bob Karp (D) and Shelley Renne-Leon (D) alone; Senator Gail Griffin (R) and Rep. Becky Nutt (R) did not participate

Rest of LD debates are online (LD 1 to 30, except for LD 19, 27, 29 which were cancelled) as well at CCEC website.

Vote wisely on or before Nov. 6, 2018

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