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*[[Rand Paul]], [[Kentucky]] (2011–present)<ref name=”PaulGaetz”>{{Cite web|url=https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/4463385-rand-paul-matt-gaetz-endorse-kari-lake-arizona-senate-race/|title=Rand Paul, Gaetz endorse Kari Lake in Arizona Senate race|first=Caroline|last=Vakil|date=February 12, 2024|accessdate=February 16, 2024}}</ref>

*[[Rand Paul]], [[Kentucky]] (2011–present)<ref name=”PaulGaetz”>{{Cite web|url=https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/4463385-rand-paul-matt-gaetz-endorse-kari-lake-arizona-senate-race/|title=Rand Paul, Gaetz endorse Kari Lake in Arizona Senate race|first=Caroline|last=Vakil|date=February 12, 2024|accessdate=February 16, 2024}}</ref>

*[[Jim Risch]], [[Idaho]] (2009–present)<ref>{{Cite web |last=Downs |first=Rebecca |date=March 1, 2024 |title=Townhall Has Learned That Senator Risch Has Endorsed Kari Lake for Senate in Arizona |url=https://townhall.com/tipsheet/rebeccadowns/2024/03/01/kari-lakes-next-endorsement-comes-from-senate-foreign-relations-committee-ranking-member-risch-n2635958 |access-date=March 1, 2024 |website=townhall.com |language=en}}</ref>

*[[Jim Risch]], [[Idaho]] (2009–present)<ref>{{Cite web |last=Downs |first=Rebecca |date=March 1, 2024 |title=Townhall Has Learned That Senator Risch Has Endorsed Kari Lake for Senate in Arizona |url=https://townhall.com/tipsheet/rebeccadowns/2024/03/01/kari-lakes-next-endorsement-comes-from-senate-foreign-relations-committee-ranking-member-risch-n2635958 |access-date=March 1, 2024 |website=townhall.com |language=en}}</ref>

*[[Eric Schmitt]]. [[Missouri]] (2023–present)<ref>{{Cite web |last=Mondeaux |first=Cami |date=2024-03-12 |title=Kari Lake pulls in more support with Eric Schmitt as latest endorsement – Washington Examiner |url=https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/campaigns/2915445/kari-lake-pulls-more-support-eric-schmitt-latest-endorsement/ |access-date=2024-03-12 |language=en-US}}</ref>

*[[Eric Schmitt]], [[Missouri]] (2023–present)<ref>{{Cite web |last=Mondeaux |first=Cami |date=2024-03-12 |title=Kari Lake pulls in more support with Eric Schmitt as latest endorsement – Washington Examiner |url=https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/campaigns/2915445/kari-lake-pulls-more-support-eric-schmitt-latest-endorsement/ |access-date=2024-03-12 |language=en-US}}</ref>

*[[John Thune]], [[South Dakota]], (2005–present)<ref name = Hansen/>

*[[John Thune]], [[South Dakota]], (2005–present)<ref name = Hansen/>

*[[Tommy Tuberville]], [[Alabama]] (2021–present)<ref>{{cite web | url=https://www.foxnews.com/politics/sens-tuberville-and-marshall-endorse-trump-backed-arizona-republican-kari-lake-for-senate| title=Sens. Tuberville and Marshall endorse Trump-backed Arizona Republican Kari Lake for Senate &#124; Fox News | website=[[Fox News]] }}</ref>

*[[Tommy Tuberville]], [[Alabama]] (2021–present)<ref>{{cite web | url=https://www.foxnews.com/politics/sens-tuberville-and-marshall-endorse-trump-backed-arizona-republican-kari-lake-for-senate| title=Sens. Tuberville and Marshall endorse Trump-backed Arizona Republican Kari Lake for Senate &#124; Fox News | website=[[Fox News]] }}</ref>

2024 United States Senate election in Arizona

The 2024 United States Senate election in Arizona will be held on November 5, 2024. Primary elections will take place on August 6, 2024.[1]
Incumbent first-term independent Senator Kyrsten Sinema was first elected as a Democrat in 2018 with roughly 50% of the vote, succeeding retiring Republican Senator Jeff Flake. Sinema left the Democratic Party in December 2022 and filed paperwork to run for reelection as an independent in April 2023.[2] However, in March 2024, Sinema announced that she will not run for a second term in office.[3] U.S. Representative Ruben Gallego is seeking the Democratic nomination for Senate, while Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb and 2022 Republican gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake are running for the Republican nomination.

Background[edit]
The race is considered to be a tossup given the state’s nearly even partisan lean; however, most polls show Gallego to be the favorite to win.[4][5] Arizona was once considered a red state, but has become a purple state.[6][7] Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump won Arizona by 3.5% in 2016,[8] and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden prevailed by 0.3% in 2020.[9]

Independents[edit]
Candidates[edit]
Declined[edit]

Endorsements[edit]
Kyrsten Sinema (declined to run)
U.S. senators

Individuals

Organizations

Fundraising[edit]

Campaign finance reports as of December 31, 2023

Candidate

Raised

Spent

Cash on hand

Kyrsten Sinema

$16,929,393

$6,505,247

$10,595,668

Source: Federal Election Commission[13]

Democratic primary[edit]

Prior to her departure from the Democratic Party, Sinema was considered highly vulnerable to a primary challenge due to her opposition to several parts of the Democratic Party’s legislative agenda. Prospective polling showed Sinema trailing all of her potential challengers by wide margins, with U.S. Representative Ruben Gallego being viewed by numerous political analysts as the frontrunner to challenge her.[14] On January 22, 2022, the Arizona Democratic Party voted overwhelmingly to censure Sinema for a second time for voting against a carve-out to the Senate filibuster rule in a Democratic-led effort to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Act.[15] Sinema did not support the Inflation Reduction Act until after Democratic leaders agreed to remove a provision closing the so-called carried interest tax loophole, the closure of which would have raised taxes on hedge fund owners and investment managers.[16] This action renewed calls from Democrats for Sinema to face a primary opponent in her next election.[17]
Sinema left the Democratic Party in December 2022 and registered as an independent.[2]

Candidates[edit]
Declared[edit]

Declined[edit]

Endorsements[edit]
Ruben Gallego
U.S. senators

U.S. representatives
Ron Barber, AZ-02 (2012–2015)[27]
Dan Goldman, NY-10 (2023–present)[28]
Raúl Grijalva, AZ-07 (2003–present)[29]
Ann Kirkpatrick, AZ-02 (2009–2011, 2013–2017, 2019–2023)[30]
Seth Moulton, MA-06 (2015–present)[31]
Nancy Pelosi, CA-11 (1987–present) and former Speaker of the House (2007–2011, 2019–2023)[32]
Linda Sánchez, CA-38 (2013–present)[33]
Statewide officials

State legislators

Local officials

Political parties

Labor unions

Organizations

Tribes

Fundraising[edit]

Campaign finance reports as of December 31, 2023

Candidate

Raised

Spent

Cash on hand

Ruben Gallego

$13,284,829

$8,019,673

$6,541,731

Source: Federal Election Commission[13]

Polling[edit]

Poll source

Date(s)administered

Samplesize[a]

Marginof error

RubenGallego

AlexanderKeller

Other

Undecided

Emerson College

August 2–4, 2023

571 (LV)

48%

6%

6%[b]

40%

Hypothetical polling

Poll source

Date(s)administered

Samplesize[a]

Marginof error

KateGallego

RubenGallego

KathyHoffman

ReginaRomero

KyrstenSinema

GregStanton

Undecided

Data for Progress (D)

January 21–24, 2022

673 (LV)

± 4.0%

74%

16%

10%

66%

17%

17%

OH Predictive Insights

November 1–8, 2021

229 (RV)

± 6.5%

47%

24%

29%

44%

24%

32%

25%

47%

28%

Data for Progress (D)[A]

October 8–10, 2021

467 (LV)

± 5.0%

9%

23%

9%

19%

13%

26%

60%

25%

15%

62%

23%

15%

55%

26%

19%

24%

59%

17%

Republican primary[edit]
Candidates[edit]
Declared[edit]

Filed paperwork[edit]

Declined[edit]
Juan Ciscomani, U.S. representative for Arizona’s 6th congressional district (2023–present)[58]
Doug Ducey, 23rd governor of Arizona (2015–2023)[59]
Abe Hamadeh, former prosecutor in the Maricopa County Attorney’s office and nominee for Arizona Attorney General in 2022[60] (running for U.S. House, endorsed Lake)[61]
Blake Masters, former president of the Thiel Foundation, former COO of Thiel Capital, and nominee for U.S. Senate in 2022[62] (running for U.S. House, endorsed Lake)[63]
Karrin Taylor Robson, former member of the Arizona Board of Regents (2017–2021) and candidate for governor of Arizona in 2022[64]
Kelli Ward, former state senator from the 5th district (2013–2015), former chair of the Arizona Republican Party (2019–2023), and candidate for U.S. Senate in 2016 and 2018[65]
Endorsements[edit]
Kari Lake
U.S. presidents

U.S. senators
John Barrasso, Wyoming (2007–present)[67]
Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee (2019–present)[68]
John Cornyn, Texas (2002–present)[68]
Tom Cotton, Arkansas (2015–present)[69]
Steve Daines, Montana (2015–present)[70]
Joni Ernst, Iowa (2015–present)[68]
Bill Hagerty, Tennessee (2021–present)[68]
Mike Lee, Utah (2011–present)[71]
Roger Marshall, Kansas (2021–present)[68]
Rand Paul, Kentucky (2011–present)[72]
Jim Risch, Idaho (2009–present)[73]
Eric Schmitt, Missouri (2023–present)[74]
John Thune, South Dakota, (2005–present)[26]
Tommy Tuberville, Alabama (2021–present)[75]
J.D. Vance, Ohio (2023–present)[76]
U.S. representatives

Statewide officials

State senators

Local officials

Organizations

Individuals

Fundraising[edit]

Campaign finance reports as of December 31, 2023

Candidate

Raised

Spent

Cash on hand

Kari Lake

$2,103,610

$1,020,732

$1,082,878

Mark Lamb

$1,347,789

$1,091,311

$256,477

Source: Federal Election Commission[13]

Polling[edit]

Poll source

Date(s)administered

Samplesize[a]

Marginof error

KariLake

MarkLamb

GeorgeNicholson

BrianWright

Other

Undecided

Rasmussen Reports (R)[B]

February 21–26, 2024

469 (LV)

± 3.0%

55%

26%

7%

12%

Noble Predictive Insights

February 6–13, 2024

384 (RV)

± 5.0%

54%

21%

2%

6%

1%

17%

Hypothetical polling

Poll source

Date(s)administered

Samplesize[a]

Marginof error

AbeHamadeh

KariLake

MarkLamb

JimLamon

BlakeMasters

Karrin TaylorRobson

BrianWright

Other

Undecided

Noble Predictive Insights

October 25–31, 2023

1,010 (RV)

± 3.1%

40%

14%

10%

4%

33%

Emerson College

August 2–4, 2023

667 (LV)

± 3.7%

42%

11%

2%

7%

2%

28%

J.L. Partners

April 10–12, 2023

550 (LV)

± 4.2%

4%

38%

8%

3%

7%

10%

2%

29%

General election[edit]
Predictions[edit]

Polling[edit]

Poll source

Date(s)administered

Samplesize[a]

Marginof error

RubenGallego (D)

KariLake (R)

Undecided

Rasmussen Reports (R)[B]

February 21–26, 2024

1,000 (LV)

± 3.0%

42%

45%

13%

Emerson College[C]

February 16–19, 2024

1,000 (RV)

± 3.0%

46%

39%

15%

Noble Predictive Insights

February 6–13, 2024

1,002 (RV)

± 3.1%

47%

37%

16%

J.L. Partners (R)[D]

January 29 – February 1, 2024

500 (RV)

44%

46%

10%

Public Policy Polling (D)[E]

January 5–6, 2024

590 (V)

± 4.0%

45%

46%

9%

Cygnal (R)

October 24–25, 2023

600 (LV)

± 4.0%

46%

43%

11%

McLaughlin & Associates (R)[F]

October 24, 2023

± 4.4%

49%

44%

7%

National Research Inc. (R)

October 8–9, 2023

400 (LV)

± 4.9%

44%

44%

12%

Public Policy Polling (D)[G]

October 6–7, 2023

522 (V)

± 4.3%

48%

43%

9%

Noble Predictive Insights

July 13–17, 2023

1000 (RV)

± 3.1%

45%

35%

20%

OH Predictive Insights

January 31 – February 9, 2023

1,000 (RV)

± 3.1%

43%

33%

24%

Normington Petts (D)[H]

January 18–23, 2023

800 (LV)

± 3.5%

50%

45%

5%

Public Policy Polling (D)[G]

December 21, 2022

650 (V)

± 3.8%

48%

47%

5%

Hypothetical polling
Ruben Gallego (D) vs. Kari Lake (R) vs. Kyrsten Sinema (I)

Poll source

Date(s)administered

Samplesize[a]

Marginof error

RubenGallego (D)

KariLake (R)

KyrstenSinema (I)

Other

Undecided

Rasmussen Reports (R)[B]

February 21–26, 2024

1,000 (LV)

± 3.0%

33%

37%

21%

2%[c]

7%

Emerson College[C]

February 16–19, 2024

1,000 (RV)

± 3.0%

36%

30%

21%

13%

Noble Predictive Insights

February 6–13, 2024

1,002 (RV)

± 3.1%

34%

31%

23%

12%

J.L. Partners (R)[D]

January 29 – February 1, 2024

500 (RV)

39%

40%

13%

8%

Public Policy Polling (D)[E]

January 5–6, 2024

590 (V)

± 4.0%

36%

35%

17%

12%

VCreek/AMG (R)[I]

December 1–8, 2023

694 (LV)

± 3.7%

35%

41%

16%

1%[d]

7%

Tulchin Research (D)[J]

November 13–20, 2023

800 (LV)

± 3.5%

39%

34%

17%

6%[e]

4%

Noble Predictive Insights

October 25–31, 2023

1,010 (RV)

± 3.1%

39%

33%

29%

Cygnal (R)

October 24–25, 2023

600 (LV)

± 4.0%

36%

37%

15%

11%

McLaughlin & Associates (R)[F]

October 24, 2023

± 4.4%

41%

37%

17%

5%

National Research Inc. (R)

October 8–9, 2023

400 (LV)

± 4.9%

33%

37%

19%

10%

Public Policy Polling (D)[G]

October 6–7, 2023

522 (V)

± 4.3%

41%

36%

15%

8%

Noble Predictive Insights

July 13–17, 2023

1000 (RV)

± 3.1%

34%

25%

26%

15%

Public Policy Polling (D)[G]

April 18–19, 2023

559 (V)

42%

35%

14%

9%

OH Predictive Insights

January 31 – February 9, 2023

1,000 (RV)

± 3.1%

34%

26%

19%

21%

Normington Petts (D)[H]

January 18–23, 2023

800 (LV)

± 3.5%

36%

36%

24%

Blueprint Polling (D)

January 5–8, 2023

618 (V)

± 3.9%

32%

36%

14%

19%

Public Policy Polling (D)[G]

December 21, 2022

678 (V)

± 3.8%

40%

41%

13%

6%

Ruben Gallego vs. Doug Ducey (vs. Kyrsten Sinema)

Ruben Gallego vs. Blake Masters (vs. Kyrsten Sinema)

Ruben Gallego vs. Karrin Taylor-Robson (vs. Kyrsten Sinema)

Ruben Gallego vs. Mark Lamb (vs. Kyrsten Sinema)

Ruben Gallego vs. Jim Lamon (vs. Kyrsten Sinema)

Poll source

Date(s)administered

Samplesize[a]

Marginof error

RubenGallego (D)

JimLamon (R)

KyrstenSinema (I)

Undecided

Public Policy Polling (D)[G]

April 18–19, 2023

559 (V)

43%

27%

16%

14%

Ruben Gallego vs. Brian Wright (vs. Kyrsten Sinema)

Poll source

Date(s)administered

Samplesize[a]

Marginof error

RubenGallego (D)

BrianWright (R)

KyrstenSinema (I)

Undecided

Emerson College

August 2–4, 2023

1,337 (RV)

± 2.6%

41%

38%

21%

37%

25%

26%

12%

^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Key:A – all adultsRV – registered votersLV – likely votersV – unclear

^ “Someone else” with 6%”

^ Wouldn’t vote with 2%

^ “Someone else” with 1%

^ “Someone else” with 6%

Partisan clients

^ This poll was sponsored by Primary Sinema

^ a b c Poll sponsored by Bull Moose Project.

^ a b Poll sponsored by The Hill.

^ a b Poll sponsored by Kari Lake’s campaign.

^ a b Poll sponsored by Replace Sinema PAC.

^ a b Poll sponsored by NRSC.

^ a b c d e f g h i This poll was sponsored by Gallego’s campaign

^ a b c This poll was sponsored by Progress Arizona, LUCHA, and Replace Sinema PAC

^ Poll sponsored by Americas PAC, which supports Republican candidates.

^ Poll conducted for Stand for Children, a non-profit education advocacy group.

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^ Al Weaver (December 18, 2022). “Why the GOP has Ducey at the top of its Senate candidate wish list”. The Hill. Ducey last week told reporters in his home state that he is ‘not running for the United States Senate.’

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^ “Arizona Rep. Debbie Lesko says she won’t seek reelection, Abe Hamadeh to run for her seat”. KTVK. October 17, 2023. Retrieved October 17, 2023.

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^ Gersony, Laura (October 26, 2023). “Arizona Republican Blake Masters announces run for Debbie Lesko’s 8th District seat”. The Arizona Republic. Retrieved October 26, 2023.

^ “Republican Karrin Taylor Robson says she won’t run for Sinema’s Senate seat in Arizona”. The Hill. May 25, 2023.

^ Otterbein, Holly; Everett, Burgess; Mutnick, Ally (February 1, 2023). “Arizona Republicans fear they may blow it again”. Politico. Retrieved February 1, 2023. One candidate who has ruled out a run is Kelli Ward, former chair of the Arizona Republican Party. She told POLITICO she was not looking at another Senate bid

^ Swan, Jonathan; Haberman, Maggie; Ulloa, Jazmine (October 10, 2023). “Trump Endorses Kari Lake’s Senate Run in Arizona”. The New York Times. Retrieved October 11, 2023.

^ Mutnick, Ally (October 16, 2023). “Kari Lake locks down a key GOP establishment endorsement”. POLITICO. Archived from the original on October 16, 2023. Retrieved October 16, 2023.

^ a b c d e Thomas, Steff (March 1, 2024). “Lake nabs endorsements from Ernst, Risch, Cornyn in Arizona Senate race”. The Hill. Retrieved March 2, 2024.

^ “Key McConnell ally makes endorsement in crucial swing state race that could flip Senate red”. Yahoo News. December 11, 2023. Retrieved December 11, 2023.

^ Daines, Steve (February 13, 2024). “NRSC Chair Daines Endorses Kari Lake”. NRSC. Retrieved February 13, 2024.

^ Tonco, Brigham (March 7, 2024). “Sen. Mike Lee endorses Kari Lake for U.S. Senate in Arizona”. Deseret News. Retrieved March 7, 2024.

^ a b Vakil, Caroline (February 12, 2024). “Rand Paul, Gaetz endorse Kari Lake in Arizona Senate race”. Retrieved February 16, 2024.

^ Downs, Rebecca (March 1, 2024). “Townhall Has Learned That Senator Risch Has Endorsed Kari Lake for Senate in Arizona”. townhall.com. Retrieved March 1, 2024.

^ Mondeaux, Cami (March 12, 2024). “Kari Lake pulls in more support with Eric Schmitt as latest endorsement – Washington Examiner”. Retrieved March 12, 2024.

^ “Sens. Tuberville and Marshall endorse Trump-backed Arizona Republican Kari Lake for Senate | Fox News”. Fox News.

^ Vakil, Caroline (February 27, 2024). “Vance endorses Lake in Arizona Senate race”. The Hill. Retrieved February 27, 2024.

^ Gillespie, Brandon (November 2, 2023). “Kari Lake builds momentum with more big-name backing in race to flip Arizona Senate seat”. Fox News. Archived from the original on November 2, 2023. Retrieved November 2, 2023.

^ Mondeaux, Cami (January 19, 2024). “Kari Lake nabs another endorsement from House conservative in pivotal Senate race”. Washington Examiner. Retrieved January 24, 2024.

^ “Rep. Burgess Owens endorses Arizona’s Kari Lake for Senate”. Deseret News. October 24, 2023. Retrieved October 24, 2023.

^ Hansen, Ronald J. (November 15, 2023). “Kari Lake picks up support of No. 3 House Republican in sign the GOP is getting behind her”. The Arizona Republic. Retrieved November 16, 2023. Stefanik, R-N.Y., who is the House Republican conference chair, said the Lake endorsement by her political action committee is the first for the Senate this election cycle.

^ Husebø, Wendell (February 29, 2024). “Wesley Hunt Endorses Kari Lake for U.S. Senate”. Breitbart. Retrieved March 7, 2024. “Kari Lake is an outsider and fighter who will work to secure the border and put Arizonans First,” he added. “I am excited to endorse Kari for the Senate in Arizona to bring much needed change to Washington.”

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^ “Blake Masters says he shifted 2024 focus from Senate to House after talking to Trump, Lake”. KTAR. ‘President Trump wanted Kari to run, and I think she’s running a hell of a campaign so far, so I look forward to supporting her.’

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