Democratic Central Committee
All of Mohave County, except Precinct 223 (Moccasin) & Precinct 224 (Peach Springs), is in Congressional District 4 and Legislative District 5.
Precinct 223 (Moccasin) & Precinct 224 (Peach Springs) are in Congressional District 1 and Legislative District 7.
Congressional District 4
Congressional District 1
AZ Legislative District 5
AZ Legislative District 7
Note: Peach Springs is part of Mohave County but is in Congressional District 1 and Legislative District 7. Their candidates are included in this list.
● U.S. Senate CD-4
Kyrsten Sinema (D)
Former State Senator and Representative
● U.S. House of Representatives CD-1
Tom O'Halleran (D)
Congressman CD1, Incumbent
● U.S. House of Representatives CD-4
David Brill (D)
Physician, Veterans Administration
David Garcia (D)
Professor of Educational Leadership
Arizona State University
Former Associate Superintendent
of Public Instruction
● AZ Senate, Legislative District 5
J'aime Morgaine (D)
Social Worker & Educator
Veteran, U.S. Army
● AZ Senate, Legislative District 7
Jamescita Peshlakai (D)
State Senator LD7, Incumbent
Arizona Foundation For Women
Liaison, The Navajo Nation
Veteran, U.S. Army
● AZ State House, Legislative District 5
Mary McCord Robinson (D)
Retired Senior Executive, Accenture PLC
Retired General Manager/CEO,
● AZ State House, Legislative District 7
Myron Tsosie (D)
School Board Member
Chinle Unified School District #24
● Secretary of State
Katie Hobbs (D)
State Senate Minority Leader
State Senator, LD-24
● Attorney General
January Contreras (D)
Former Assistant Attorney General
Former Homeland Security Adviser
Mark Manoil (D)
Real Estate, Tax, and Business Attorney
● Superintendent of Public Instruction
Kathy Hoffman (D)
Bilingual Speech Therapist
● Corporation Commission
Sandra Kennedy (D)
Former Corporation Commissioner
Former State Senator
Kiana Sears (D)
Member, Mesa School Board
● Mine Inspector
William Pierce (D)
Certified by the Mine Safety and Health
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