Eli Crane set to win Arizona’s 2nd congressional district
The recent redistricting meant new names were vying to represent many of Arizona’s districts, including the state’s 2nd congressional district.
ARIZONA, United States — The Arizona election results are in!
The new redistricting has new candidates vying to represent the state’s districts, including the state’s 2nd congressional district.
The district is the 11th largest district in the country. It includes the Navajo Nation, the Hopi Reservation and the Gila River Indian Community. About 25% of its population is Native American.
Republican Eli Crane was declared the winner Thursday night by The Associated Press. At 9 p.m., Crane was ahead of his competitor by more than 22,000 votes.
Eli Crane (R)
Eli Crane, a U.S. Navy veteran, will run to represent Arizona’s 2nd congressional district in the 2022 Republican primary election.
Crane received a State Senator Wendy Rogers’ endorsement.
In his responses to Ballotpedia’s Candidate Connection survey, Crane described himself as “an America First candidate who is pro-life, pro-Second Amendment and has the courage to take a stand against cancel culture and the radical left.
You can click here to visit Crane’s campaign website.
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