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Shadegg retired at the end of the 111th Congress.

Rep. John Shadegg (R-Ariz.)

  • District: 3rd District, Northern Phoenix; Paradise Valley
  • Residence: Phoenix
  • Born: October 22, 1949; Phoenix, Ariz.
  • Religion: Episcopalian
  • Family: Wife, Shirley Shadegg; two children
  • Education: U. of Arizona, B.A. 1972; U. of Arizona, J.D. 1975
  • Military Service: Ariz. Air National Guard 1969-75
  • Political Highlights: No previous office; U.S. House, 1995-2011
  • Elected: Elected: 1994 (8th term)
  • Committee Assignments: Energy & Commerce (Communications, Technology & the Internet; Energy & Environment; Health); Select Energy Independence & Global Warming
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State Information: 3rd District, Northern Phoenix; Paradise Valley

Election History
Year Election Candidate Votes Percent
2010 general Ben Quayle (R) 108,689 58.9%
Jon Hulburd (D) 62,120 33.6%
Michael Shoen (LIBERT) 10,478 5.7%
Leonard Clark (GREEN) 3,294 1.8%
2008 general John Shadegg (R) 148,800 54.1%
Bob Lord (D) 115,759 42.1%
Michael Shoen (LIBERT) 10,602 3.8%
2006 general John Shadegg (R) 112,519 59.3%
Herb Paine (D) 72,586 38.2%
Mark Yannone (LIBERT) 4,744 2.5%
2004 general John Shadegg (R) 181,012 80.1%
Mark Yannone (LIBERT) 44,962 19.9%
2002 general John Shadegg (R) 104,847 67.3%
Charles Hill (D) 47,173 30.3%
Mark Yannone (LIBERT) 3,731 2.4%
Vote For President
Year Democrat Republican Independent
2008 Barack Obama: 42% John McCain: 56%
2004 John Kerry: 41% George W. Bush: 58%
2000 Al Gore: 42% George W. Bush: 54%

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