Measuring the interest level in running for office in Arizona

By Phil Riske | Senior Reporter/Writer

Aspiring candidates seeking a primary election nomination or nomination other than by primary, including for federal, statewide, and legislative office, must file a “Statement of Interest.”

Filing such a statement indicates a person is collecting petition signatures for a possible nomination. It is not, however, a formal declaration of candidacy. Filing a nomination paper is the formal declaration of candidacy. The filing also does not mean that a candidate will appear on the ballot for a particular election.

All said, 130 people have filed a statement of interest for upcoming elections, including 10 for U.S. Senator and eight for governor.

Those who have indicated interest in federal and state offices are listed here. (Source: Arizzona Secretary of State)

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