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  • Alyse Galvin AK At Large (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,945,407
    CASH ON HAND: $6,245
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Alyse is a lifelong Alaskan. After going outside for education, she and her husband returned to Alaska to raise their four children. Galvin is an independent, but because of Alaska’s unique campaign rules, she was able to compete in the Democratic primary. Although technically “undeclared”, she says her positions line up well with the Democratic platform, saying she’s more committed to solutions than she is to any party. Galvin is a newcomer to politics but has had a constant presence at the Alaska Legislature, advocating for better funding for schools. For the past five years, she led Great Alaska Schools, a grassroots effort she helped launch and grow from 40 to 4,000 people statewide. She organized people all across the state and lobbied legislators in Juneau and DC to hold the line against public education cuts that were devastating the schools. Asked if she supports a ban on specific firearms, Galvin reframed the issue around violence and mental health. Galvin advances to the November general election, where she will face U.S. Rep. Don Young, the longest-serving member of the House.

  • Donald Young AK At Large (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,230,236

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $1,945,407)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Donald Young is the longest currently serving House member, having served since 1973. Young, born in Meridian, California, earned an associate’s degree in education from Yuba College in 1952 and a bachelor’s degree from Chico State College in 1958. He served in the Alaska House of Representatives from 1967 to 1971, and the Alaska Senate from 1971 to 1973. In May 2017, though he had indicated two months earlier that he would oppose repeal of the Affordable Care Act, he ultimately voted for its repeal. Young has stated that he does not believe in climate changes and believes the idea of global warming is "the biggest scam since the Teapot Dome.” Young voted for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. He believes marriage should be between a man and a woman, and he voted against protections for gay and lesbian people in the workplace. Young has stated he believes the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) should not regulate greenhouse gases, and that the EPA kills jobs. Since 2007 through 2016 Young has regularly been the subject of investigations of political corruption. March 2013, the House Ethics Committee found he had improperly used campaign funds for personal expenses. The Committee ordered the monies be repaid; he was fined and he was Rebuked. For three years in a row Young was included in the annual listing of the most corrupt members of Congress compiled by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington .

  • Robert Kennedy AL 1 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $46,845
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Robert has recently stated, “I believe that voting is a core freedom in our society. Voter suppression tactics, while historically focused on communities of color, are currently used by the individuals in positions of power to maintain power. As a former Naval Officer, I am particularly sensitive to efforts by the government to deny citizens their constitutional right to vote. Our goal, as a state and as a nation, should be to make it easier for a person to participate in the election process. As such, I support and encourage early voting, same day registration, and additional polling stations to help Alabama become a leader in this area.” Robert grew up in Prichard, Alabama, and attended the United States Naval Academy where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Political Science, and later a Master of Science in Leadership and Human Resource Development from the Naval Postgraduate School. Robert spent a total of nine years on active-duty in the United States Navy and completed overseas deployments in the Asia Pacific and Arabian Gulf operating areas. After completing his military service, Robert entered Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, earning a Master of Business Administration. Throughout the civilian portion of his career, Robert developed a customer service, direct-marketing, and e-Commerce core-competency while serving in senior leadership roles at a number of Fortune 500 Companies. For the last portion of his corporate career, Robert served as the General Manager of Global e-Commerce & Digital at Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc., which develops, manufactures, and markets a broad range of products and solutions for the life science research and clinical diagnostic markets.

  • Bradley Byrne AL 1 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,399,076

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $46,845)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2013. Former Career: Alabama Senate, Alabama State Board of Education. Education: Duke University, University of Alabama. Currently resides in Fairhope.

  • Tabitha Isner AL 2 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $524,381
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Tabitha’s core belief is that we are fundamentally responsible for taking care of each other, for seeing all those around us as family, and we are called to feed the hungry, care for the sick, and liberate the captive. As a taxpayer, she cares deeply about how public funds are spent. “That’s our money and we have the right and responsibility to ensure it is spent smartly.”Tabitha received a Master of Divinity and a Master of Public Policy from the University of Chicago as well as a BA from Washington University. She has had a broad range of work experience, in higher education, in a refugee settlement agency, as a researcher and policy-maker in early childhood education, and as a business analyst developing software solutions for the childcare and early learning workforce. Tabitha and her husband became foster parents in 2014 and adoptive parents in 2017. She feels strongly that electoral representatives should base their actions on authentic listening, and pledges to make government more accessible and transparent.

  • Martha Roby AL 2 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $2,478,981

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $524,381)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2011. Former Career: Montgomery City Council. Education: New York University, Cumberland School of Law. Currently resides in Montgomery.

  • Mallory Hagan AL 3 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $440,309
    CASH ON HAND: $2,918
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    The former Miss America stated: “First and foremost, I believe in creating a culture and a community that is inclusive and safe for all of the kids that live in our state and our country.” During her year of service in 2013 as Miss America, Mallory served as the official National Goodwill Ambassador for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, speaking at numerous fundraisers, forums and charity galas. Since Miss America, Mallory has completed a degree in Advertising, Marketing and Communications from The Fashion Institute of Technology. Today, she is completing her Bachelor’s in Journalism from Auburn University and became a member of the Morning News team at WLTZ NBC 38 in Columbus, GA. She has since left WLTZ to run for Congress. A lifelong advocate for the prevention of Child Abuse and a fairly new advocate for the #BodyPositive movement, Mallory continues to speak across the country about the importance of child abuse prevention, self-esteem and wellness.

  • Mike Rogers AL 3 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,345,342

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $440,309)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2003. Former Career: Calhoun County Commissioner, Alabama House of Representatives. Education: Jacksonville State University, Birmingham School of Law. Currently resides in Saks.

  • Lee Auman AL 4 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $70,426
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Lee has said, “My positions on gun safety will be based on evidence, not ideology… I support the 2nd Amendment and I support gun safety. I will never infringe on the rights of responsible gun owners. Responsible gun owners know that supporting the 2nd Amendment goes hand in hand with common-sense solutions to reduce gun violence and prevent senseless deaths. My priorities are better enforcement of existing laws, closing dangerous loopholes, and implementing new protections that are proven to save lives. Lee is from Union Grove and graduated from Arab High School in 2011. After attending Snead State Community College in Boaz, he got a degree in philosophy from Auburn University in December 2015. In February 2016, he began a job managing the conference center at Camp McDowell, a center for persons with cognitive disabilities. A part-time Episcopal youth minister during his senior year in college, he thought he would go to seminary but got more interested in politics. However, Auman’s life has been inextricably affected by his involvement and leadership in the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama. He views his entry into political life as a mere continuation of his ministry to serve God’s people, but he is uninterested in promulgating his own theological or religious views. Rather, Auman says “My platform is about plans, not cliches. I will offer solutions based on evidence, not ideology. I will put people before party and service before politics.”

  • Robert Aderholt AL 4 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,534,881

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $70,426)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 1997. Former Career: Haleyville Municipal Judge. Education: Birmingham–Southern College, Samford University. Currently resides in Haleyville.

  • Peter Joffrion AL 5 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $584,366
    CASH ON HAND: $2,935
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    A lifelong Alabamian, Peter Joffrion believes that positive economic growth happens when everyone has enough money to meet their needs, not when money is concentrated in the very top economic strata.Peter is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and received his law degree from the University of Alabama. He served as clerk for Judge Snodgrass, spent three years in private practice, and worked for the City of Huntsville in the Office of the City Attorney from 1987 to 2015. Peter is a husband and father, and with his wife organized and ran the 9/11 Honor Walk at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, where he provides legal services. He volunteers for young peoples’ groups, including tutoring, mentoring and coaching. He is a youth advisor at Monte Sano United Methodist Church.

  • Mo Brooks AL 5 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,522,095

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $584,366)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2011. Former Career: Alabama House of Representatives, Madison County Commissioner. Education: Duke University University of Alabama. Currently resides in Huntsville.Rep. Brooks is a member of the far-right House Freedom Caucus and was ranked as the 75th most conservative member of the House. He is a strong supporter of America’s missile defense technologies. He is also a climate change skeptic. He challenged climate scientist Philip Duffy, who had pointed out that seas across the world are rising four times faster than they did a century ago. Brooks replied, "Every time you have that soil or rock or whatever it is that is deposited into the seas, that forces the sea levels to rise, because now you have less space in those oceans, because the bottom is moving up." In an interview, he claimed carbon dioxide in the air is beneficial: "Plant life does better because of the enriched environment on which they can live."He opposes abortion rights, federal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions, gun control legislation, same sex marriage and any tax increase. Americans For Prosperity (funded by Koch) and the NRA both gave Brooks a rating of 93%.

  • Danner Kline AL 6 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $287,432
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Danner Kline is passionate about affordable, universal health care, strengthening public schools, investing in research and development to create the jobs of tomorrow, and protecting our citizens from foreign powers and from domestic threats to our health, safety, and well-being. Danner grew up in Marietta, Georgia and attended Samford University. After graduating with a B.A. in English he spent ten years managing business telephone systems. In 2004, Danner started Free the Hops, a grassroots organization lobbying to eliminate Prohibition-era regulations on beer. These efforts succeeded and the brewing industry began to thrive in Alabama for the first time in a hundred years, contributing hundreds of millions of dollars to the state economy. Today, he manages the craft beer portfolio for a beverage wholesaler. He lives in Vestavia Hills with his wife and two children.

  • Gary Palmer AL 6 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $610,572

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $287,432)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2015. Former Career: Policy analyst. Education: University of Alabama. Currently resides in Hoover.Gary Palmer co-founded and served as president of the Alabama Policy Institute, a conservative think tank. He is a member of the right-wing Freedom Caucus in the House.Palmer opposes federal spending as means to promote growth, regulation of greenhouse gas emissions, gun control legislation, same sex marriage and any kind of tax increase. He supports increased American involvement in the conflict in Iraq and Syria and repealing Obamacare.He believes that climate change is not man-made and that health savings accounts are a better way to provide health care access. He also opposes any Congressional investigation of the Trump campaign’s interactions with Russia.

  • Terri Sewell AL 7 (D)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,782,862

    CHALLENGERS:
    0 Dem (Raised: )
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2011. Former Career: Attorney. Education: Princeton University, Harvard Law School, University of Oxford. Currently resides in Birmingham.

  • Chintan Desai AR 1 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $137,153
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Chintan Desai was born in San Luis Obispo, California after his parents immigrated from Mumbai, India in search of a better life. With little money and few friends, they built a new life for themselves and their son. Chintan’s father worked at a local fast food restaurant and Chintan’s mother worked at an arts and crafts store, both working second jobs at a motel. Through their labors, Chintan attended the University of California, Davis, where he studied Political Science. After graduation and driven by a commitment to public service, Chintan joined Teach for America and moved to Helena-West Helena Arkansas and took a position as a 5th-grade social studies teacher. He has held that position since 2010. He says he is running for Congress for many reasons mostly pertaining to the lives of his students and their parents. Desai states “They are just not getting a great shot at life”. He believes “…that all Arkansans must be heard and that there is irreplaceable value to one’s home and community. We should not have to leave the Natural State to find prosperity. But we might have to fight to make prosperity a reality.”

  • Eric Crawford AR 1 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,019,464

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $137,153)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2011. Former Career: Broadcaster, Businessman. Education: Arkansas State University. Currently resides in Jonesboro.

  • Clarke Tucker AR 2 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $2,335,280
    CASH ON HAND: $7,756
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    As a cancer survivor, Clarke is running because he can no longer stand by and watch our leaders in Washington drive up healthcare costs and use children’s health insurance as a bargaining chip. He believes the partisan division is crippling our government and forcing some Arkansas families to choose between their health, their food, or providing for their family’s future. Tucker was born in Arkansas and graduated from Harvard University with a Bachelor of Arts. He graduated with a law degree from the University of Arkansas in 2006. A two-term State Legislator representing Arkansas’s 35th House District and a community leader of Little Rock, Clarke has worked on a bipartisan basis to protect and improve access to healthcare through Arkansas Works, ensure paid maternity leave for state employees, invest in pre-K, and lower taxes for middle class Arkansans and veterans. He is married with two children.

  • James Hill AR 2 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $2,934,565

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $2,335,280)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2015. Former Career: Businessman. Education: Vanderbilt University, UCLA Anderson School of Management. Currently resides in Little Rock. James French Hill is the Republican Representative for Arkansas’s 2nd congressional district. He attended Vanderbilt University graduating magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in economics. He later attended the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management where he earned a certified corporate director designation. Hill served in President George H. W. Bush’s administration as executive secretary to the President’s Economic Policy Council and as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Corporate Finance. Hill founded and was the CEO and chairman of the Board Delta Trust and Banking Corporation in Little Rock until its acquisition by Simmons First Bank. He was elected in the 2014 election and took office on January 3, 2015. Since his election in 2014 he has voted with his party in 97 percent of votes so far in the current session of Congress and voted in line with President Trump’s position in 100 percent of the votes in the early weeks of the administration. In May, 2017, he voted to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and to pass the American Health Care Act. Hill voted in support of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Hill is a supporter of Americans’ 2nd Amendment right to bear arms, and he was an original cosponsor of H.R. 38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act. He resides in Little Rock and is married with two children.

  • Josh Mahony AR 3 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $223,734
    CASH ON HAND: $186
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Josh has said, “Thanks to my family’s public service, I have a passion for improving our education system and helping students attend college or receive vocational training.” Josh was born in El Dorado and grew up on a horse farm. He has a degree in Organizational Management from John Brown University. Josh Mahony is a leader in several state and local non-profits and is a part-owner of a natural resources company. Josh has dedicated his career to improving the lives of thousands of Arkansas families through service and philanthropy. Josh is President of the Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund, and past President of the Ozark Literacy Council Board of Directors, which strives to promote literacy to non-native English speakers in Northwest Arkansas. He also is the former Chairman of the Fayetteville Airport Board. Josh is married.

  • Steve Womack AR 3 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,205,696

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $223,734)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2011. Former Career: Mayor of Rogers, Arkansas. Education: Arkansas Tech University. Currently resides in Rogers.

  • Hayden Shamel AR 4 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $155,078
    CASH ON HAND: $2,197
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    “We must do all we can to protect our environment for the future of our children.  Climate change is a threat that cannot be ignored.  We must take bold steps to put Arkansas on the forefront of clean energy production, bringing new jobs to the people of this state,” Hayden recently stated. Hayden is the daughter of a Texas cattle rancher, and grew up in Texarkana. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English at Texas A& M University at Texarkana. Her career in secondary and higher education allowed her to work all over the Fourth District of Arkansas, giving her unique insight into the educational and economic needs of the people of this state. Currently, Hayden works as an English and Spanish instructor at Lakeside High School. Hayden has been active in politics since 2013. She was recently named a 2017 Emerging Leader by the Democratic Party of Arkansas for her political activism and work on issues that directly affect Arkansas families. Under her leadership as Chair of the Democratic Party of Garland County, Hot Springs has seen overwhelming success with its membership, fundraising, and community outreach rallies. She was a delegate to the 2016 Democratic National Convention and served as treasurer for the Virginia Clinton Kelley Women’s Democratic Club. Now, Hayden is taking her fight for Arkansas families to the national stage as a candidate for United States Congress from the Fourth District of Arkansas. Hayden is married with one child.

  • Bruce Westerman AR 4 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,624,205

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $155,078)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    1 Other (Raised: $1,120)

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2015. Former Career: Arkansas House of Representatives. Education: University of Arkansas, Yale University. Currently resides in Hot Springs.

  • Lee Mcqueen AR 4

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,120
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL OTHER $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Tom O'Halleran AZ 1 (D)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $2,711,109

    CHALLENGERS:
    0 Dem (Raised: )
    1 Rep (Raised: $1,391,699)
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2017. Former Career: Arizona Senate. Education: Lewis University, DePaul University. Currently resides in Sedona.

  • Wendy Rogers AZ 1 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,391,699
    CASH ON HAND: $1,702
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Ann Kirkpatrick AZ 2 (D)

    Challenger (2018 Winner)

    RAISED: $3,331,032
    CASH ON HAND: $811,343
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Ann Kirkpatrick is committed to an economy that works for everyone, improving our schools, protecting our farms and ranches, paying down our debt, and protecting Social Security and Medicare.Ann graduated from Blue Ridge High School as valedictorian. She received her undergraduate degree at the University of Arizona. After a brief experience as a teacher, Kirkpatrick decided to go to law school, earning a juris doctorate from the University of Arizona. With experience as a prosecutor and elected leader in this state, Ann Kirkpatrick is uniquely qualified to fight for families in Arizona’s 2nd district. Bolstered by endorsements from Reps. Gabby Giffords and Ron Barber, Kirkpatrick is poised for victory in 2018.

  • Lea Marquez Peterson AZ 2 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,361,988
    CASH ON HAND: $9,214
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Raul Grijalva AZ 3 (D)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $705,208

    CHALLENGERS:
    0 Dem (Raised: )
    1 Rep (Raised: $71,767)
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2003. Former Career: Pima County Board of Supervisors. Education: University of Arizona. Currently resides in Tucson.

  • Joe Pierson AZ 3 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $71,767
    CASH ON HAND: $19
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • David Brill AZ 4 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $359,123
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Dr. Brill, whose home city is Prescott, spent ten years as head of Primary Care at the Veterans Administration, including seven at the Prescott VA. He dealt with medical, personnel and budget issues to ensure good coverage for patients. This experience positions him to be a leading resource for Congress when practical expertise is needed most. David is the founder of three companies doing international business and is keenly aware of how difficult it can be to start, grow and sustain a small business in our competitive global marketplace. From his firsthand experience David believes that he will be able to speak the language of business in Congress. David’s classroom experience during his postgraduate years give him on- the-ground insight into the challenges teachers face every day and their value as professionals. David is married with three children.

  • Paul Gosar AZ 4 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $572,489

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $359,123)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2011. Former Career: President of the Northern Arizona Dental Society. Education: Creighton University, Creighton University School of Dentistry. Currently resides in Prescott.Rep. Gosar is a member of the right-wing Freedom Congress in the House. In regard to the Mueller investigation, Gosar advocates the prosecution of law enforcement officials: Former FBI Director James Comey, former acting Attorney General Sally Yates, former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.Gosar claimed that the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville last fall was planned by an “Obama sympathizer,” and that leftist activist George Soros had turned fellow Jews over to the Nazis. For this comment he was condemned by his siblings in October, 2017 . On the subject of climate change, Gosar said in 2016 that he, a Catholic, would boycott the historic speech of Pope Francis to Congress because the pontiff would discuss “flawed climate change policies.”The Club For Growth and Americans for Prosperity, two right-wing political advocacy groups, rate Rep. Gosar 100%. Goser made the national news in September, 2018 when his siblings endorsed his opponent David Brill. https://www.phoenixnewtimes.com /news/arizona-congressman- paul-gosars-siblings-endorse- opponent-10849863.

  • Jose Torres AZ 5 (D)

    Challenger

    RAISED: $4,000
    CASH ON HAND: $422
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 20%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 4

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Joan Greene AZ 5 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $52,606
    CASH ON HAND: $1,837
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Andy Biggs AZ 5 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $641,864

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $52,606)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2017. Former Career: Arizona Senate. Education: Arizona State University, Brigham Young University, University of Arizona. Currently resides in Gilbert.

  • Anita Malik AZ 6 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $397,756
    CASH ON HAND: $7,565
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • David Schweikert AZ 6 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,369,321

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $397,756)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2011. Former Career: Arizona House of Representatives, Arizona Board of Education, Arizona Board of Equalization, Maricopa County Treasurer. Education: Arizona State University. Currently resides in Scottsdale.Richard Schweikert is a member of the right-wing Freedom Caucus. He wants to repeal Obamacare, opposes abortion and same-sex marriage, opposes the use of regulation to control greenhouse gas emissions, and opposes gun control legislation.Rep. Schweikert received a complaint from the House Office of Congressional Ethics. It alleges that alleges that Oliver Schwab, the congressman’s chief of staff, broke federal law by “receiving earned income in excess of the outside earned income limit for senior staffers.” It also alleges that Schwab made illegal and improper campaign contributions to his boss.Schweikert received a rating of 100% from the Koch-funded Americans for Prosperity and 96% from the conservative Club for Growth. The NRA gave him a rating of 93%.

  • Ruben Gallego AZ 7 (D)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,027,352

    CHALLENGERS:
    0 Dem (Raised: )
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2015. Former Career: Arizona House of Representatives. Education: Harvard University. Currently resides in Phoenix.

  • Hiral Tipirneni AZ 8 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $4,509,870
    CASH ON HAND: $100,602
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Hiral Tipirneni has dedicated her life to serving her community, solving problems, and improving lives. She is running for Congress to take on the Washington insiders and apply her problem-solving, team-oriented skills across both sides of the aisle.Hiral came to the US as a toddler and, after graduating from public school, she earned her medical degree in a competitive program at Northeast Ohio Medical University. She has served the Phoenix area for more than 20 years as an emergency room physician and cancer research advocate. She is on the board of directors of the Maricopa Health Foundation. She now leads teams of researchers, clinicians, and patient advocates in the fight to treat and cure breast cancer, prostate cancer, and childhood leukemia.Hiral met her husband, Dr. Kishore Tipirneni, in medical school. Hiral and Kishore then looked for a place to settle down, practice medicine, and begin raising a family. They chose Phoenix because it seemed to reflect the Midwestern values they had learned growing up.

  • Debbie Lesko AZ 8 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $2,016,009

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $4,509,870)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Debbie Lesko assumed office in 2018 after the special election to replace Trent Franks. She was challenged by Hiral Tiperneni who lost by 5 points. Prior to winning she was a member of hte Arizona Senate from 2015 and in the Arizona House from 2009 - 2015. Lesko opposes universal health coverage and favors repealing the Affordable Care Act. She has said that she would have voted for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the Republican Party’s 2017 tax overhaul. She is an immigration hardliner, and has said that she would work with Trump to ensure that Trump’s border wall gets built in Arizona. She is also anti-choice. In January 2018, Lesko’s campaign committee gave $50,000 to Conservative Leadership for Arizona, a federal PAC authorized to spend independently of other campaigns. It was created eight days before taking the money from Lesko’s state campaign committee. The new PAC raised almost no other cash, records show, and the PAC used the money to support Lesko with yard signs, while her congressional campaign spent heavily on TV ads. Phil Lovas, a candidate in the Republican primary, complained to the Federal Election Commission and Arizona Attorney General alleging multiple violations in February 2018. The PAC maneuver also prompted criticism from the other Lesko opponent in the Republican primary, Steve Montenegro, who accused Lesko of "illegally funneling money into her SuperPAC and knowingly lied about it by filing false campaign reports." A second complaint alleging federal campaign finance law violations was filed against Lesko in March 2018 by the Campaign Legal Center alleging that her transfer of $50,000 from her state campaign to an independent group that spent nearly all the cash backing her congressional run was illegal.

  • Greg Stanton AZ 9 (D)

    Challenger (2018 Winner)

    RAISED: $2,429,091
    CASH ON HAND: $44,385
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Mayor Greg Stanton delivers results for Arizona families, with a focus on creating good jobs and building a strong local economy that works for everyone. Greg was born in Phoenix and attended Marquette University on the Harry S. Truman Scholarship, and then earned his law degree from the University of Michigan. Greg and his wife Nicole have two children. Before election as mayor of Phoenix, Greg served nine years on the Phoenix City Council and served as Arizona’s Deputy Attorney General. He earned a reputation of working across the aisle to get things done — investing in the biosciences, helping small businesses create jobs, earning national recognition as a leader on LGBT equality, and passing a transportation infrastructure plan that will triple Phoenix’s light rail system. Under Greg’s leadership, Phoenix has created thousands of quality jobs and recently saw the highest wage growth in the nation. In 2017, Governing magazine named him one of its Public Officials of the Year.

  • Steve Ferrara AZ 9 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,475,928
    CASH ON HAND: $0
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Audrey Denney CA 1 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $1,091,249
    CASH ON HAND: $20,928
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Audrey spent her childhood on her family’s farm and ranch in Central California. Audrey declared, " As an educator and a farmer, I am dedicated to improving the lives of the people of the North State by supporting education, accessible affordable healthcare, infrastructure, veterans, and ensuring profitability of agriculture while protecting the environment." She earned a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Agricultural Education from California State University, Chico, where following graduation, Audrey designed and taught agriculture courses. She became well-known for her ability to inspire and engage students through her enthusiastic and pragmatic approach to delivering curriculum. She spent a year as a volunteer working with rural youth on agriculture projects in El Salvador, and another year providing agricultural education in West Africa while living in Ghana. Today, Audrey is a Senior Learning Designer at Vivayic, designing learning strategy and curriculum for worldwide agricultural corporations, and organizations that further business and organizational goals..

  • Doug Lamalfa CA 1 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,032,557

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $1,091,249)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2013. Former Career: California State Senate, California State Assembly. Education: California Polytechnic State University. Currently resides in Richvale.

  • Jared Huffman CA 2 (D)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $939,824

    CHALLENGERS:
    0 Dem (Raised: )
    1 Rep (Raised: $4,751)
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2013. Former Career: California State Assembly. Education: University of California, Santa Barbara, Boston College Law School. Currently resides in San Rafael.

  • Dale Mensing CA 2 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $4,751
    CASH ON HAND: $1,637
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • John Garamendi CA 3 (D)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,115,119

    CHALLENGERS:
    0 Dem (Raised: )
    1 Rep (Raised: $12,491)
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Assumed congressional office in 2009. Former Career: Lieutenant Governor of California, United States Deputy Secretary of the Interior, California Insurance Commissioner, California State Senate, California State Assembly. Education: University of California, Berkeley, Harvard Business School. Currently resides in Walnut Grove.

  • Charles Schaupp CA 3 (R)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $12,491
    CASH ON HAND: $6,753
    % OF TOTAL REP $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

  • Jessica Morse CA 4 (D)

    Challenger (Primary Winner)

    RAISED: $3,653,299
    CASH ON HAND: $112,383
    % OF TOTAL DEM $: 100%
    SAME PARTY CHALLENGERS: 1

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Jessica is a 5th generation Californian from the Sierra foothills and received her MA from Princeton. She was a national security strategist with the Commander of US Pacific Command, where she managed billions of dollars at the State Department and USAID and fought for an end to wasteful spending. She spent a year in Baghdad at the height of the war, side-by-side with US troops. Jessica initiated successful measures to help abolish human trafficking and has worked throughout the world promoting global stability. Her aim is to represent all of her constituency and provide services which have been absent due to ideological beliefs of the incumbent. An avid outdoors woman, she has hiked the entire length of her district.

  • Thomas Mcclintock CA 4 (R)

    Incumbent (2018 Winner)

    WARCHEST: $1,745,389

    CHALLENGERS:
    1 Dem (Raised: $3,653,299)
    0 Rep (Raised: )
    0 Other (Raised: )

    ENDORSEMENTS

    Thomas McClintock , born in White Plains, New York to a wealthy family, is a Republican career politician active in California politics since his graduation from UCLA in 1978. Before his election as Representative for California’s 4th congressional district in 2009, he was a former Assemblyman and state Senator, who unsuccessfully ran for Governor of California in and for Lieutenant Governor in 2006. In 2009, McClintock signed a pledge sponsored by Americans for Prosperity promising to vote against any global warming legislation that would raise taxes. McClintock voted in favor of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. McClintock called for an independent prosecutor to take over the FBI investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and the Trump campaign’s possible ties to it. McClintock opposes same-sex marriage and stated "calling a homosexual partnership a marriage doesn’t make it one.” McClintock is one of a handful of representatives that do not live in their own district. He is married with two children.

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