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Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.)

  • District: Junior Senator from Arizona
  • Residence: Mesa
  • Born: December 31, 1962; Snowflake, Ariz.
  • Religion: Mormon
  • Family: Wife, Cheryl Flake; five children
  • Education: Brigham Young U., B.A. 1986 (international relations); Brigham Young U., M.A. 1987 (political science)
  • Military Service: None
  • Political Highlights: U.S. House, 2001-13; U.S. Senate, 2013-present
  • Elected: Elected: 2012 (1st term); Defeated Richard Carmona, D, to succeed Sen. Jon Kyl, R, who retired
  • Committee Assignments: Energy & Natural Resources (Energy; Public Lands, Forests and Mining; Water & Power); Foreign Relations (African Affairs - Ranking Member; East Asian & Pacific Affairs; European Affairs; International Development); Judiciary (Antitrust, Competition Policy & Consumer Rights; Bankruptcy & Courts; Immigration, Refugees & Border Security; Oversight, Federal Rights & Agency Actions; Privacy, Technology & the Law - Ranking Member); Special Aging
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State Information: Arizona

Election History
Year Election Candidate Votes Percent
2012 general Jeff Flake (R) 1,104,457 49.2%
Richard Carmona (D) 1,036,542 46.2%
Steven Watts (WRI) 290 0%
Don Manspeaker (WRI) 24  
2006 general Jon Kyl (R) 814,398 53.3%
Jim Pederson (D) 664,141 43.5%
Richard Mack (LIBERT) 48,231 3.2%
2000 general Jon Kyl (R) 1,108,196 79.3%
William Toel (I) 109,230 7.8%
Vance Hansen (GREEN) 108,926 7.8%
Barry Hess (LIBERT) 70,724 5.1%
1994 general Jon Kyl (R) 600,999 53.7%
Sam Coppersmith (D) 442,510 39.5%
Scott Grainger (LIBERT) 75,493 6.7%
Mark Pope (Write-In) 58  
Vote For President
Year Democrat Republican Independent
2008 Barack Obama: 45.12% John McCain: 53.64%
2012 : 44.59% : 53.65%
2004 John Kerry: 44% George W. Bush: 55%
2000 Al Gore: 45% George W. Bush: 51%
1996 Bill Clinton: 47% Robert Dole: 44%
1992 Bill Clinton: 37% George H. W. Bush: 38%
1988 Michael Dukakis: 39% George H. W. Bush: 60%
1984 Walter F. Mondale: 33% :

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