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These are the most expensive contested elections in the Arizona House
by Transparency USA 10/28/2022
Elections for all 30 seats in the Arizona House of Representatives will take place on Nov. 8, 2022. Republicans hold a 31-28 majority heading into the election.
This article details the five most expensive contested general elections in the House of Representatives.
This information comes from candidate reports to the Arizona Secretary of State covering the period of Jan. 1, 2021, through July 16, 2022.
Five general elections with the most fundraising
#1 District 4 – $503,111
Matt Gress (R) raised $290,276, Laura Terech (D) raised $132,787, and Maria Syms (R) raised $80,047.
#2 District 3 – $361,159
Incumbent Joseph Chaplik (R) raised $244,308 and Alexander Kolodin (R) raised $116,851.
#3 District 5 – $281,513
Incumbent Jennifer Longdon (D) raised $114,758, Incumbent Amish Shah (D) raised $158,790, and Jennifer Treadwell (R) raised $7,965.
#4 District 2 – $253,905
Incumbent Justin Wilmeth (R) raised $73,453, Incumbent Judy Schwiebert (D) raised $143,686, and Christian Lamar (R) raised $36,767.
#5 District 12 – $242,893
James Chaston (R) raised $134,990, Terry Roe (R) raised $71,715, Patricia Contreras (D) raised $36,188, and Anastasia Travers (D) raised $0.
The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active Arizona PACs submitted to the Arizona Secretary of State. Political expenditures that are not controlled by candidates or their campaigns, known as satellite spending, are not included in candidate totals. Federal PACs are not required to report to state agencies.
Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports. Data from additional reports due in between the deadlines below are published along with the reports listed here.