Meet The Candidates: Election 2004 Stories And Profiles

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Running for Arizona Corporation Commission

Corporation commission races offer voters variety of choices

Running for Payson Constable

Candidates make bid for Payson constable

Running for Arizona Congress

District 1

Rick Renzi: Incumbent believes much more needs to be done

Paul Babbitt: Contestant says he knows small-town Arizona

John Crockett: Libertarian will push for less government

Running for Gila County Superintendent of Schools

Armida Bittner: County superintendent knows value of education

Linda O'Dell: Aspiring county superintendent says it's time for change

Running for Arizona Senate

District 5

Jake Flake: Longtime legislator wants to change jobs

Cameron Udall: State senate hopeful gets governor's backing

Running for U.S. Senate

Stuart Starky: Democrat for seat says he 'wants the job'

Ernest Hancock: U.S. Senate hopeful asks for 'freedom vote'

John McCain: ‘Maverick' senator seeks another term

Running for County Supervisor

District 1

Tommie Cline Martin: Hopeful has deep roots in Rim country

Jim Whitley (D), is running as a write-in candidate.

District 2

Jose "Joe" Sanchez: Incumbent cites experience as his top draw

District 3

Shirley Dawson: Hopeful offers spirit of service, discussion

Bill Fogle: Write-in brings law enforcement background to bid

For Gila County Sheriff

John Armer and Kim Pound: Candidates want to lead county law enforcement

Other Election Stories

Republican Candidate's Forum

Watch for more election coverage on this link as the Roundup provides profiles of all the local candidates.

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