ARIZONA 8 Electoral Votes
Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Arizona Secretary of State)
Total Population, April 1, 2000 5,130,632
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000 3,625,000 % change from '96  +11.7
Total Registration, Oct. 2000  2,173,122
Rep. 1,013,533 (43.35%)   Dem. 830,904 (38.24%)   Lib. 12,576 (0.58%)   Grn. 3,807 (0.18%)  NLP 101 (0.00%)  Other 382,068 (17.58%)
Arizona has: 15 counties.
Two largest counties: Maricopa (2,784,075), Pima (790,775).
Five largest cities: Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Glendale, Scottsdale.
Note: The 11.7% increase in voting age population from 1996 to 2000 was the second largest of any state.

Government
Governor: Jane Dee Hull (R) assumed office Sept.1997, elected Nov. 1998.
State Legislature: Arizona State Legislature   House: 20D, 40R  Senate: 14D, 16R
Local: Communities, Counties...  NACO counties
U.S. House: 5R, 1D - 1. M.Salmon (R) | 2. E.Pastor (D) | 3. B.Stump (R) | 4. J.Shadegg (R) | 5. J.Kolbe (R) | 6. J.Hayworth (R)
U.S. Senate: John Kyl (R) up for re-election in 2000, John McCain (R) re-elected 1998.
Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
State Legislature:  All 60 House seats and all 30 Senate seats were up.  Democrats gained four seats in the House and pulled into a tie in the Senate.  House: 24D, 36R  Senate: 15D, 15R.
U.S. House:  5R, 1D - No changes in the partisan balance of the delegation.  Republicans retained the seat opened by M.Salmon's retirement: 1. J.Flake (R) elected.
U.S. Senate:  John Kyl (R) re-elected.

The Grand Canyon State
 

State of Arizona
Secretary of State

AZ Democratic Party
AZ Green Party
AZ Libertarian Party
AZ Republican Party
Natural Law Party of AZ
Reform Party of AZ
Indep. American Party (Const.)

Arizona Republic
Media (Newsp.)
Media (TV)

Politics1-AZ
 

General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Past Results
1996
Clinton (Dem.)......653,288 (46.52)
Dole (Rep.)...........622,073 (44.29)
Perot (Ref.)..........112,072
(7.98)
Browne (Lib.).........14,358
(1.02)
Write-ins.................2,614
(0.19)
Total........1,404,405

1992
Bush (Rep.)..........572,086 (38.47)
Clinton (Dem.)......543,050 (36.52)
Perot (Ind.)...........353,741 (23.79)
Others (4+w/in).... 18,098
(1.22)
Total........1,486,975

Results
2000
Gore/Lieberman (Dem.)
685,341
(44.73)
Nader/LaDuke (Grn.)
45,645
(2.98)
Smith/Suprynowicz (Lib.)
5,775
(0.38)
Hagelin/Goldhaber (NLP)
1,120
(0.07)
Buchanan/Foster (Ref.)
12,373
(0.81)
+Bush/Cheney (Rep.) 781,652
(51.02)
Phillips/Frazier (Write-in)
110
(0.01)
Total........1,532,016

According to the Committee for the Study of the American Electorate, Arizona had the second lowest turnout as a percentage of voting age population of any state including the District of Columbia: 42.26%.  (U.S. avg. 53.76%).  Turnout as a percentage of registered voters was 71.76% (Total ballots cast 1,559,520  Registration 2,173,122).

Overview
In the 1992 and 1996 presidential elections, Arizona ended up as one of the closest states; Bush won by about 30,000 votes or less than 3% in 1992 and Clinton won by about 30,000 votes or less than 3% in 1996.  This time around the state went a bit more solidly back into the Republican column as Gov. Bush won with a plurality of 96,311 votes (6.29 percentage points).  Libertarian Harry Browne was kept off the ballot in the state where he achieved his strongest 1996 showing because of a conflict that split the state party into two factions.  In addition to candidate races, Arizona voters faced 14 propositions on the Nov. 7 ballot. 
General Election Activity

Arizona held its state primary on Sept. 12, 2000.
Presidential Primary Results

.Arizona Democrats could not get a waiver from the DNC to hold their presidential primary on Feb. 22, the same date as the Republican primary, and ended up running their own primary, as they had in 1996.

 Republicans 
Presidential Preference Election
Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2000
 
Total Vote
Percent
Gary Bauer1
177
0.05%
George W. Bush
115,115
35.68%
Steve Forbes1
1,211
0.38%
Orrin Hatch1
637
0.20%
Alan Keyes
11,500
3.56%
+John McCain
193,708
60.04%
Others (3)
321
0.09%
Total
322,669
1. Candidate withdrew before primary but was on ballot.
Detailed Results
Total Delegates 
30 of 2,066 (1.5%).

Delegate Allocation
Congressional District delegates  18
At-large delegates                       12

Arizona is a winner-take-all state.
Bush-0
McCain-30



Democrats 
Presidential Primary
Saturday, March 11, 2000
. Primary run by the Arizona Democratic Party.
. This was the first binding election in the United States to allow voting by Internet.

  86,907 votes:
  35,768  remote Internet
  32,748  mail-in
  4,174    polling place Internet
  14,217  polling place paper

See:
Frederic I. Solop.  "Digital Democracy Comes of Age: Internet Voting and the 2000 Arizona Democratic Primary Election."  PS: Political Science and Politics, June 2001.l.

Total Vote
Percent
Bill Bradley
16,383
18.85%
+Al Gore
67,582
77.76%
Heather Ann Harder
1,358
1.56%
No Preference
1,439
1.66%
Invalid
145
0.17%
Total
86,907
The primary gave 7 delegates to Bradley and 24 to Gore.
Total Pledged Delegates
47 of 3,537 (1.3%).
Total Delegates
55 of 4,335 (1.3%).

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.
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