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1998 AL-AK-AZ-AR Candidates

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  • D.J. Jones
    While hunting for some data on the 2000 Candidates, I found a website with stats on the candidates in 1998 (including primary election results). I cut and
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 1, 2000
      While hunting for some data on the 2000 Candidates, I found a website
      with stats on the candidates in 1998 (including primary election
      results).
      I cut and pasted them before they might be taken down to archive the
      2000 results. This is for Alabama through Arkansas:
      ======================================================

      AL Gov
      Fob James, Jr. (R) of Magnolia Springs
      Incumbent - elected 1994

      Born: September 15, 1934, Lanett.
      Education: Auburn U., B.S., 1955.
      Military Service: Army.
      Occupation: Solid waste disposal company executive; erosion
      prevention company executive; manufacturer of consumer and industrial
      products.
      Family: Wife, Bobbie; three children.
      Religion: Episcopalian.
      Political Career: Governor, 1979-83.

      Don Siegelman (D) of Montgomery
      Challenger

      Born: February 24, 1946, Mobile.
      Education: U. of Alabama, B.A., 1968; Georgetown U., J.D., 1972.
      Military Service: Air National Guard, 1968-present.
      Occupation: Lawyer.
      Family: Wife, Lori; two children.
      Religion: Roman Catholic.
      Political Career: Ala. secretary of state, 1979-86; Ala. attorney
      general, 1987-90; sought Democratic nomination for governor, 1990;
      lieutenant governor, 1995-present.

      US Senate

      Richard C. Shelby (R) of Tuscaloosa
      Incumbent - elected 1986

      Born: May 6, 1934, Birmingham.
      Education: U. of Alabama, A.B., 1957, LL.B., 1963.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Lawyer.
      Family: Wife, Annette Nevin; two children.
      Religion: Presbyterian.
      Political Career: Ala. Senate, 1971-79; U.S. House, 1979-87.

      Clayton Suddith (D) of Russellville
      Challenger

      Born: December 21, 1934, Russellville.
      Education: Calvert County Board of Education, G.E.D., 1956.
      Military Service: Army, 1954-56.
      Occupation: Retired ironworker.
      Family: Wife, Jean; one child.
      Religion: Baptist.
      Political Career: Franklin County Commission, 1992-96.
      Campaign Address: P.O. Box 1000, Russellville, AL 35653
      Telephone: (256) 332-0807

      AL US House 1st

      Sonny Callahan (R) of Mobile
      Incumbent - elected 1984

      Born: September 11, 1932, Mobile.
      Education: McGill H.S., graduated, 1950; U. of Alabama, attended.
      Military Service: Navy, 1952-54.
      Occupation: Moving and storage company executive.
      Family: Wife, Karen Reed; six children.
      Religion: Roman Catholic.
      Political Career: Ala. House, 1971-79, served as a Democrat; Ala.
      Senate, 1979-83, served as a Democrat; sought Democratic nomination
      for lieutenant governor, 1982.

      AL US House 2nd

      Terry Everett (R) of Enterprise
      Incumbent - elected 1992

      Born: February 15, 1937, Dothan.
      Education: Enterprise State Junior College.
      Military Service: Air Force, 1955-59.
      Occupation: Newspaper executive; construction company owner; farm
      owner; real estate developer.
      Family: Wife, Barbara Pitts.
      Religion: Baptist.
      Political Career: No previous office.

      Joe Fondren (D) of Hartford
      Challenger

      Born: December 8, 1947, Slocomb.
      Education: Slocomb H.S., graduated, 1966.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Aircraft mechanic.
      Family: Wife, Glenda Fay; two children.
      Religion: Baptist.
      Political Career: No previous office.
      Campaign Address: P.O. Box 375, Hartford, AL 36344
      Telephone:(334) 588-3545
      Fax:(334) 588-6382
      E-mail: jfondren@...

      AL US House 3rd

      Bob Riley (R) of Ashland
      Incumbent - elected 1996

      Born: October 3, 1944, Ashland.
      Education: U. of Alabama, B.A., 1965.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Auto dealer; trucking company executive; farmer.
      Family: Wife, Patsy Adams; four children.
      Religion: Baptist.
      Political Career: Ashland City Council, 1972-76; candidate for mayor
      of Ashland, 1976.

      Joe Turnham (D) of Auburn
      Challenger

      Born: October 28, 1959, Opelika.
      Education: Samford U., attended, 1978; Auburn U., B.S., 1981.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Institutional furniture company executive.
      Family: Wife, Paula; two children.
      Religion: Methodist.
      Political Career: Ala. Democratic Party chairman, 1995-98.
      Campaign Address: P.O. Box 928, Auburn, AL 36831
      Telephone:(334) 887-7717
      Fax:(334) 887-7440
      E-mail: gojoego@...

      AL US House 4th

      Robert B. Aderholt (R) of Haleyville
      Incumbent - elected 1996

      Born: July 22, 1965, Haleyville.
      Education: Birmingham Southern U., B.A., 1987; Samford U., J.D.,
      1990.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Municipal judge; lawyer; gubernatorial aide.
      Family: Wife, Caroline.
      Religion: Congregationalist Baptist.
      Political Career: Republican nominee for Ala. House, 1990.strong>

      Donald Bevill (D) of Jasper
      Challenger

      Born: October 7, 1952, Jasper.
      Education: U. of Alabama, B.A., 1975; Samford U., M.B.A., 1988; U. of
      Alabama, L.L.B., 1995.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Lawyer; investment banker.
      Family: Single.
      Religion: Methodist.
      Political Career: No previous office.
      Campaign Address: 700 19th St. W. P.O. Box 3165, Jasper, AL 35501
      Telephone: (205) 221-5200

      AL US House 5th

      Robert E. "Bud" Cramer (D) of Huntsville
      Incumbent - elected 1990

      Born: August 22, 1947, Huntsville.
      Education: U. of Alabama, B.A., 1969, J.D., 1972.
      Military Service: Army, 1972; Army Reserve, 1976-78.
      Occupation: Lawyer.
      Family: Widowed; one child.
      Religion: Methodist.
      Political Career: Madison County district attorney, 1981-91.

      Gil Aust (R) of Huntsville
      Challenger

      Born: December 9, 1951, Geiger.
      Education: U. of Alabama, B.S., 1975; U. of Southern Alabama, M.D.,
      1979.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Orthopedic surgeon.
      Family: Wife, Sheree; two children.
      Religion: Presbyterian.
      Political Career: No previous office.
      Campaign Address: 250-D Governors Drive E., Huntsville, AL 35801
      Telephone:(205) 536-1998
      Fax:(205) 536-4884
      E-mail: win@...

      AL US House 6th

      Spencer Bachus (R) of Birmingham
      Incumbent - elected 1992

      Born: December 28, 1947, Birmingham.
      Education: Auburn U., B.A., 1969; U. of Alabama, J.D., 1972.
      Military Service: National Guard, 1969-71.
      Occupation: Lawyer; manufacturer.
      Family: Wife, Linda Hinson; three children, two stepchildren.
      Religion: Baptist.
      Political Career: Ala. Senate, 1983; Ala. House, 1983-87; Ala. Board
      of Education, 1987-91; candidate for Ala. attorney general, 1990;
      Ala. Republican Party chairman, 1991-92.

      Donna Wesson Smalley (D) of Tuscaloosa
      Challenger

      Born: October 8, 1955, Fort Sill, Okla.
      Education: U. of Alabama, B.A., 1975, J.D., 1978.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Lawyer; university instructor.
      Family: Divorced; one child.
      Religion: United Methodist.
      Political Career: Alabama Democratic Party Executive Committee, 1994-
      present.
      Campaign Address: P.O. Box 2192, Tuscaloosa, AL 35403
      Telephone:(205) 758-5576

      AL US House 7th

      Earl F. Hilliard (D) of Birmingham
      Incumbent - elected 1992

      Born: April 9, 1942, Birmingham.
      Education: Morehouse College, B.A., 1964; Howard U., J.D., 1967;
      Atlanta U., M.B.A., 1970.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Lawyer; insurance broker.
      Family: Wife, Mary Franklin; two children.
      Religion: Baptist.
      Political Career: Ala. House, 1975-81; Ala. Senate, 1981-93.

      ======================================================
      Alabama Primary Results -- June 2, 1998
      By Congressional Quarterly


      Candidate Votes %
      Hometown Age Occupation
      ----------------------------------------------------------------

      *** Nearly complete, unofficial results

      GOVERNOR

      *Don Siegelman (D) 254,507 78.3%
      Montgomery 52 Lieutenant governor
      Lenora Pate (D) 53,618 16.5%
      Birmingham 49 Lawyer
      Wayne Sowell (D) 10,108 3.1%
      Birmingham 39 Social security claims representative
      Lee Lamb (D) 6,957 2.1%
      Montgomery 53 Homeopathic physician

      #Fob James Jr. (R) 163,711 48.0%
      Montgomery 63 Incumbent
      #Winton Blount (R) 139,941 41.0%
      Montgomery 54 Plastic-manufacturing company owner
      Guy Hunt (R) 27,824 8.2%
      Holly Pond 64 Former governor
      Mac McAllister (R) 5,641 1.7%
      Tuscaloosa 65 County party chairman
      Phil Williams (R) 4,258 1.2%
      Huntsville 58 Defense industry & business consultant


      SENATE

      *Clayton Suddith (D) Unopposed
      Russellville 63 Former county commissioner

      *Richard C. Shelby (R) Unopposed
      Tuscaloosa 64 Incumbent


      HOUSE DISTRICT 1
      (Southwest -- Mobile)

      No Democratic candidate

      *Sonny Callahan (R) Unopposed
      Mobile 65 Incumbent


      HOUSE DISTRICT 2
      (Southeast -- Part of Montgomery; Dothan)

      *Joe Fondren (D) Unopposed
      Hartford 50 Aircraft mechanic

      *Terry Everett (R) Unopposed
      Enterprise 61 Incumbent


      HOUSE DISTRICT 3
      (East -- Anniston; Auburn)

      *Joe Turnham (D) Unopposed
      Auburn 38 Former state party chairman

      *Bob Riley (R) Unopposed
      Ashland 53 Incumbent


      HOUSE DISTRICT 4
      (North Central -- Gadsden)

      *Donald Bevill (D) 39,250 60.9%
      Jasper 45 Lawyer
      Robert T. "Bob" Wilson Jr. (D) 25,201 39.1%
      Jasper 42 Former state senator

      *Robert B. Aderholt (R) Unopposed
      Haleyville 32 Incumbent


      HOUSE DISTRICT 5
      (North -- Huntsville)

      *Robert E. "Bud" Cramer (D) Unopposed
      Huntsville 50 Incumbent

      *Gil Aust (R) 29,549 68.9%
      Huntsville 46 Orthopedic surgeon
      Herb Dixon (R) 13,335 31.1%
      Huntsville 64 Retired Army colonel


      HOUSE DISTRICT 6
      (Part of Birmingham and suburbs)

      *Donna Wesson Smalley (D) Unopposed
      Tuscaloosa 42 Lawyer

      *Spencer Bachus (R) Unopposed
      Birmingham 50 Incumbent


      HOUSE DISTRICT 7
      (West Central -- Parts of Birmingham, Montgomery and Tuscaloosa)


      *Earl F. Hilliard (D) Unopposed
      Birmingham 56 Incumbent

      No Republican candidate

      * = Nominee
      # = Will meet in runoff.


      Alabama Runoff Results -- June 30, 1998
      By Congressional Quarterly
      Candidate Votes %
      Hometown Age Occupation
      ----------------------------------------------------------------


      GOVERNOR

      No Democratic candidate

      *Fob James Jr. (R) 253,965 55.9%
      Montgomery 63 Incumbent
      Winton Blount (R) 200,200 44.1%
      Montgomery 54 Plastic-manufacturing company owner
      ======================================================

      ALASKA

      AK Gov

      Tony Knowles (D) of Anchorage
      Incumbent - elected 1994

      Born: January 1, 1943, Tulsa, Okla.
      Education: Yale U., B.A., 1960-68.
      Military Service: Army, 1962-65.
      Occupation: Restaurateur.
      Family: Wife, Susan Morris; three children.
      Religion: Roman Catholic.
      Political Career: Alaska House, 1975-79; Anchorage mayor, 1982-87;
      Democratic nominee for Alaska governor, 1990.

      John Lindauer (R) of Anchorage
      Challenger

      Born: November 20, 1937, Montclair, N.J.
      Education: Arizona State U., B.A., 1960; Oklahoma State U., Ph.D.,
      1964.
      Military Service: Army, 1955-57.
      Occupation: Newspaper and radio station owner; university chancellor.
      Family: Wife, Dorothy; two children.
      Religion: Not reported.
      Political Career: Alaska House, 1983-84; candidate for governor (AIP)
      (withdrew), 1990.
      Campaign Address: 4105 Turnagain Blvd., Anchorage, AK 99517
      Telephone: (907) 243-6001
      Fax: (907) 243-3445
      E-mail: lindauer@...

      Robin Taylor (R)
      Challenger, Write-in

      Born: Not reported.
      Education: Not reported.
      Military Service: Not reported.
      Occupation: Not reported.
      Family: Not reported.
      Religion: Not reported.
      Political Career: Not reported.

      US Senate

      Frank H. Murkowski (R) of Fairbanks
      Incumbent - elected 1980

      Born: March 28, 1933, Seattle, Wash.
      Education: U. of Santa Clara, 1951-53; Seattle U., B.A., 1955.
      Military Service: Coast Guard, 1955-56.
      Occupation: Banker.
      Family: Wife, Nancy Gore; six children.
      Religion: Roman Catholic.
      Political Career: Alaska commissioner of economic development, 1966-
      70; Republican nominee for U.S. House, 1970.

      Joseph A. "Joe" Sonneman (D) of Juneau
      Challenger

      Born: April 22, 1944, Chicago, Ill.
      Education: U. of Illinois, B.S., 1966-68; Claremont Graduate School,
      M.A., 1968-71, Ph.D., 1975-77; Georgetown U., J.D., 1986-89.
      Military Service: Army, 1963-66.
      Occupation: Lawyer; photographer.
      Family: Single.
      Religion: Jewish.
      Political Career: Candidate for mayor of Juneau, 1973; candidate for
      Alaska House, 1974; sought Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate,
      1978, 1992, 1996.
      Campaign Address: 324 Willoughby Ave., #A, Juneau, AK 99801
      Telephone:(907) 463-2624

      US House - At Large

      Don Young (R) of Fort Yukon
      Incumbent - elected 1973

      Born: June 9, 1933, Meridian, Calif.
      Education: Yuba Junior College, A.A., 1952; California State U.,
      Chico, B.A., 1958.
      Military Service: Army, 1955-57.
      Occupation: Elementary school teacher; riverboat captain.
      Family: Wife, Lula Fredson; two children.
      Religion: Episcopalian.
      Political Career: Fort Yukon City Council, 1960-64; mayor of Fort
      Yukon, 1964-68; Alaska House, 1967-71; Alaska Senate, 1971-73;
      Republican nominee for U.S. House, 1972.

      James W. "Jim" Duncan (D) of Anchorage
      Challenger

      Born: May 4, 1942, Muscatine, Iowa
      Education: Sheldon Jackson College, A.A., 1962; Illinois State U.,
      B.S., 1965; Oregon State U., M.B.A., 1970.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: College instructor; financial planner.
      Family: Wife, Charlotte; eight children.
      Religion: Protestant.
      Political Career: Juneau City and Borough Assembly, 1972-74; Alaska
      House, 1974-86, speaker, 1981; Alaska Senate, 1987-present, did not
      serve 1989-90.
      Campaign Address: P.O. Box 91536, Anchorage, AK 99509
      Telephone: (907) 272-4546; Fax: Not reported.
      E-mail: duncan98@...

      Alaska Primary Results -- Aug. 25, 1998
      By Congressional Quarterly
      Candidate Votes %
      Hometown Age Occupation
      ----------------------------------------------------------------


      GOVERNOR

      *Tony Knowles (D) 35,500 35.7%
      Anchorage 55 Incumbent
      Nels Anderson Jr. (D) 2,918 2.9%
      Dillingham 59 Former state senator
      Don Wright (D) 1,325 1.3%
      Fairbanks 68 Retired contractor

      *John Lindauer (R) 22,709 22.8%
      Anchorage 59 Former state representative
      Robin L. Taylor (R) 16,280 16.4%
      Anchorage 55 State senate majority leader
      Wayne A. Ross (R) 16,114 16.2%
      Anchorage 55 Lawyer

      *Jim Sykes (GREEN) 1,990 2.0%
      Anchorage 48 Radio and television producer

      *Ray Metcalfe (MOD) 1,043 1.1%
      Anchorage 47 Former state representative

      *Sylvia Sullivan (AKI) 867 0.9%
      Valdez Tourist lodge employee
      Harold Haldane (AKI) 416 0.4%
      Fairbanks 68 Retired electronics technician
      Robert Gigler (AKI) 289 0.3%
      Anchorage 63 Retired commercial fisherman


      SENATE

      *Joseph "Joe" A. Sonneman (D) 9,683 9.9%
      Juneau 54 Lawyer
      Frank Vondersaar (D) 5,721 5.9%
      Homer 47 Lawyer

      *Frank H. Murkowski (R) 70,241 72.1%
      Fairbanks 65 Incumbent
      William "Bill" L. Hale (R) 5,696 5.9%
      Willow 46

      *Jeffrey Gottlieb (GREEN) 4,286 4.4%
      Anchorage

      *Scott Kohlhaas (LIBERT) 1,789 1.8%
      Anchorage 39 Libertarian Party activist


      HOUSE DISTRICT AL
      (Alaska -- At large)

      *James "Jim" W. Duncan (D) 25,293 25.7%
      Anchorage 56 State senate minority leader
      Stuart "Stu" D. Pechek (D) 3,815 3.9%
      Fairbanks 47 Commercial fisherman

      *Don Young (R) 60,303 61.2%
      Fort Yukon 65 Incumbent
      Jim Dore (R) 6,769 6.9%
      Anchorage 47 Aircraft mechanic

      *John Grames (GREEN) 2,324 2.4%
      Anchorage 61 Property manager

      * = Nominee
      # = Will meet in runoff.
      ======================================================

      ARIZONA

      AZ Gov

      Jane Dee Hull (R) of Phoenix
      Incumbent - appointed 1997

      Born: August 8, 1935, Kansas City, Mo.
      Education: U. of Kansas at Lawrence, BS, 1953-57.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Public official.
      Family: Husband, Terrance W. Hull; four children.
      Religion: Not reported.
      Political Career: Ariz. House, 1979-93, Speaker, 1989-92; Ariz.
      secretary of state, 1995-97.

      Paul Johnson (D) of Phoenix
      Challenger

      Born: July 6, 1959, Phoenix.
      Education: U. of Phoenix, B.A..
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Telecommunications firm executive; drywall company owner.
      Family: Wife, Christa; two children.
      Religion: Christian.
      Political Career: Phoenix City Council, 1985-90; Phoenix mayor, 1990-
      94; sought Democratic nomination for governor, 1994.
      Campaign Address:5060 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85012
      Telephone:(602) 264-3777

      AZ US Senator

      John McCain (R) of Phoenix
      Incumbent - elected 1986

      Born: August 29, 1936, Panama Canal Zone, Panama
      Education: U.S. Naval Academy, B.S., 1958; National War College, 1973-
      74.
      Military Service: Navy, 1958-81.
      Occupation: Navy officer; Senate Navy liaison; beer distributor.
      Family: Wife, Cindy Lou; six children.
      Religion: Episcopalian.
      Political Career: U.S. House, 1983-87.

      Edward Ranger, Jr. (D) of Phoenix
      Challenger

      Born: September 19, 1960, Detroit, Mich.
      Education: U. of Arizona, B.A., 1982; Arizona State U., J.D., 1987;
      American U., M.A., 1987; Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, law
      degree, 1993.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Lawyer; law professor.
      Family: Single.
      Religion: Roman Catholic.
      Political Career: No previous office.
      Campaign Address: 602 E. Monroe, Phoenix, AZ 85004
      Telephone: (602) 258-4400
      Fax: (602) 258-7698
      E-mail: ed@...

      AZ US House 1st

      Matt Salmon (R) of Mesa
      Incumbent - elected 1994

      Born: January 21, 1958, Salt Lake City, Utah
      Education: Arizona State U., B.A., 1981; Brigham Young U., M.A.,
      1986.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Communications company executive.
      Family: Wife, Nancy Huish; four children.
      Religion: Mormon.
      Political Career: Ariz. Senate, 1991-95.

      David Mendoza (D) of Phoenix
      Challenger

      Born: August 11, 1947, Silver City, N.M.
      Education: Central Arizona College, A.A., 1976.
      Military Service: Army, 1968-69.
      Occupation: Union lobbyist; state employee; miner.
      Family: Wife, Norma; five children.
      Religion: Roman Catholic.
      Political Career: Maricopa County Democratic Party vice chairman,
      1997-present.
      Campaign Address: 1525 N. Central, Suite 107, Phoenix, AZ 85004
      Telephone: (602) 254-8225

      AZ US House 2nd

      Ed Pastor (D) of Phoenix
      Incumbent - elected 1991

      Born: June 28, 1943, Claypool.
      Education: Arizona State U., B.S., 1966, J.D., 1974.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Teacher; gubernatorial aide; public policy consultant.
      Family: Wife, Verma Mendez; two children.
      Religion: Roman Catholic.
      Political Career: Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, 1977-91.

      Edward Clyde "Ed" Barron (R) of Phoenix
      Challenger

      Born: February 20, 1957, Torrance, Calif.
      Education: Moreno Valley H.S., graduated, 1972.
      Military Service: Navy, 1982-86.
      Occupation: Irrigation contractor.
      Family: Wife, Terri Beth; one child.
      Religion: Christian.
      Political Career: Sought Republican nomination for U.S. House, 1996.
      Campaign Address:5502 W. Roma Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85031
      Telephone:Not reported.
      Fax:Not reported.
      E-mail: ed_barron@...

      AZ US House 3rd

      Bob Stump (R) of Tolleson
      Incumbent - elected 1976

      Born: April 4, 1927, Phoenix.
      Education: Arizona State U., B.S., 1951.
      Military Service: Navy, 1943-46.
      Occupation: Cotton farmer.
      Family: Divorced; three children.
      Religion: Seventh-Day Adventist.
      Political Career: Ariz. House, 1959-67; Ariz. Senate, 1967-77,
      president, 1975-77.

      Stuart Marc Starky (D) of Phoenix
      Challenger

      Born: March 13, 1957, New York, N.Y.
      Education: Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science, B.S., 1979.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Logo apparel store owner.
      Family: Wife, Cheryl; two children.
      Religion: Jewish.
      Political Career: Sought Democratic nomination for U.S. House, 1996;
      Osborn School Board, 1996.

      AZ US House 4th

      John Shadegg (R) of Phoenix
      Incumbent - elected 1994

      Born: October 22, 1949, Phoenix.
      Education: U. of Arizona, B.A., 1972, J.D., 1975.
      Military Service: National Guard, 1969-75.
      Occupation: Lawyer.
      Family: Wife, Shirley Lueck; two children.
      Religion: Episcopalian.
      Political Career: No previous office

      Eric Ehst (D) of Phoenix
      Challenger

      Born: November 20, 1951, Washington, D.C.
      Education: U. of Maryland, B.S., 1973.
      Military Service: Air Force, 1973-77.
      Occupation: Aerospace engineer.
      Family: Wife, Vickie; two children.
      Religion: Unspecified.
      Political Career: Candidate for Ariz. Senate, 1996; Ariz. Democratic
      Party vice chairman, 1997-present.
      Campaign Address: 14409 N. 43rd St., Phoenix, AZ 85032
      Telephone:(602) 971-7064
      Fax:(602) 971-0769
      E-mail: ericehst@...

      AZ US House 5th

      Jim Kolbe (R) of Tucson
      Incumbent - elected 1984

      Born: June 28, 1942, Evanston, Ill.
      Education: Northwestern U., B.A., 1965; Stanford U., M.B.A., 1967.
      Military Service: Navy, 1967-69.
      Occupation: Real estate consultant.
      Family: Divorced.
      Religion: Methodist.
      Political Career: Ariz. Senate, 1977-83; Republican nominee for U.S.
      House, 1982.

      Thomas John Volgy (D) of Tucson
      Challenger

      Born: March 19, 1946, Budapest, Hungary
      Education: Oakland U., B.A., 1967; U. of Minnesota, M.A., 1969,
      Ph.D., 1972.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Professor; consulting firm owner; .
      Family: Wife, Sharon Douglas; one child.
      Religion: Unspecified.
      Political Career: Tucson City Council, 1977-87; Tucson mayor, 1987-
      91.
      Campaign Address:5021 E. 5th St., Tucson, AZ 85711
      Telephone:(520) 327-1325
      Fax: (520) 327-1391
      E-mail: volgy@...

      AZ US House 6th

      J.D. Hayworth (R) of Scottsdale
      Incumbent - elected 1994

      Born: July 12, 1958, High Point, N.C.
      Education: North Carolina State U., B.A., 1980.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Sports broadcaster; public relations consultant;
      insurance agent.
      Family: Wife, Mary Yancey; three children.
      Religion: Baptist.
      Political Career: No previous office.

      Steve Owens (D) of Scottsdale
      Challenger

      Born: August 19, 1955, Memphis, Tenn.
      Education: Brown U., B.A., 1978; Vanderbilt U., J.D., 1981.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Lawyer; congressional aide.
      Family: Wife, Karen Carter; two children.
      Religion: Episcopalian.
      Political Career: Ariz. Democratic Party chairman, 1993-95;
      Democratic nominee for U.S. House, 1996.
      Campaign Address:9631 E. Corrine Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
      Telephone:(602) 665-6707
      Fax:Not reported.
      E-mail: owensaz6@...

      Arizona primary results -- September 8, 1998
      By Congressional Quarterly


      Candidate Votes %
      Hometown Age Occupation
      ----------------------------------------------------------------


      GOVERNOR

      *Paul Johnson (D) Unopposed
      Phoenix 39 Telecommunications firm executive

      *Jane Dee Hull (R) 165,224 76.6%
      Phoenix 63 Incumbent
      Jim Howl (R) 28,569 13.2%
      Phoenix 49 Retired television meteorologist
      Charles "Charlie" Brown (R) 21,998 10.2%
      Mesa 42 Rental property manager


      SENATE

      *Edward Ranger Jr. (D) Unopposed
      Phoenix 37 Lawyer

      *John McCain (R) Unopposed
      Phoenix 62 Incumbent


      HOUSE DISTRICT 1
      (Southeastern Phoenix -- Tempe; Mesa)

      *John Cox (D) Unopposed
      Phoenix 65 Deceased

      *Matt Salmon (R) Unopposed
      Mesa 40 Incumbent


      HOUSE DISTRICT 2
      (Southwest -- Southwestern Tucson; southern Phoenix; Yuma)

      *Ed Pastor (D) Unopposed
      Phoenix 55 Incumbent

      *Edward "Ed" Clyde Barron (R) Unopposed
      Phoenix 41 Irrigation contractor


      HOUSE DISTRICT 3
      (North and West -- Glendale; part of Phoenix; Hopi reservation)

      *Stuart Marc Starky (D) Unopposed
      Phoenix 41 Logo apparel store owner

      *Bob Stump (R) Unopposed
      Tolleson 71 Incumbent


      HOUSE DISTRICT 4
      (Northern Phoenix; Scottsdale)

      *Eric Ehst (D) 6,519 56.9%
      Phoenix 46 Aerospace engineer
      Maria Elena Milton (D) 4,948 43.1%
      Scottsdale 46 Homemaker

      *John Shadegg (R) Unopposed
      Phoenix 48 Incumbent


      HOUSE DISTRICT 5
      (Southeast -- Tucson)

      *Thomas John Volgy (D) 22,063 74.3%
      Tucson 52 Professor
      William Wayne Bryant (D) 7,615 25.7%
      Tucson 45 Union marketing representative

      *Jim Kolbe (R) 32,385 77.1%
      Tucson 56 Incumbent
      Joseph "Joe" Sweeney (R) 9,636 22.9%
      Tucson 54 Law school administrator


      HOUSE DISTRICT 6
      (Northeast -- Flagstaff; Navajo reservation)

      *Steve Owens (D) Unopposed
      Scottsdale 43 Former state party chairman

      *J.D. Hayworth (R) Unopposed
      Scottsdale 40 Incumbent

      * = Nominee
      # = Will meet in runoff.
      ======================================================

      ARKANSAS

      AR Gov

      Mike Huckabee (R) of Little Rock
      Incumbent - elected

      Born: August 24, 1955, Hope.
      Education: Ouachita Baptist U., B.A., 1975.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Television talk show host; television documentary
      producer.
      Family: Wife, Janet McCain; three children.
      Religion: Baptist.
      Political Career: Lieutenant governor, 1993-96.

      Bill Bristow (D) of Jonesboro
      Challenger

      Born: December 7, 1950, Strawberry.
      Education: Lyon College, B.A., 1972; Harvard U., J.D., 1975.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Lawyer.
      Family: Wife, Mary; two children.
      Religion: Baptist.
      Political Career: Sought Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate, 1996.
      Campaign Address: 1610 W. Third St., Little Rock, AR 72201
      Telephone:(501) 399-9900
      Fax:(501) 376-1997
      E-mail: bristow98@...

      AR US Senate

      Blanche Lambert Lincoln (D) of Hughes
      Open Seat

      Born: September 30, 1960, Helena.
      Education: Randolph-Macon Woman's College, B.A., 1982.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Lobbyist; congressional aide.
      Family: Husband, Steve; two children.
      Religion: Episcopalian.
      Political Career: U.S. House, 1993-97.

      Fay Boozman (R) of Rogers
      Open Seat

      Born: November 10, 1946, Fort Smith.
      Education: Tulane U., 1964-66; Hendrix College, 1966-67; U. of
      Arkansas, M.D., 1971.
      Military Service: Air National Guard, 1971-79.
      Occupation: Opthamologist.
      Family: Wife, Vickey; three children.
      Religion: Baptist.
      Political Career: Ark. Senate, 1995-present.
      Campaign Address: Boozman for U.S. Senate, 1001 W. Markham St.,
      Second Floor, Little Rock, AR 72203
      Telephone: (501) 372-0543

      Charley E. Heffley (REF) of Dover
      Open Seat

      Born: Not reported.
      Education: Not reported.
      Military Service: Not reported.
      Occupation: Not reported.
      Family: Not reported.
      Religion: Not reported.
      Political Career: Not reported.
      Campaign Address: P.O. Box 337,
      Dover, AR 72837

      AR US House 1st

      Marion Berry (D) of Gillett
      Incumbent - elected 1996

      Born: August 27, 1942, Stuttgart.
      Education: U. of Arkansas, 1960-62; U. of Arkansas, Little Rock,
      B.S., 1965.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Farmer; White House aide.
      Family: Wife, Carolyn Lowe; two children.
      Religion: Methodist.
      Political Career: Gillett City Council, 1976-80, 1986-94; Ark. Soil
      and Water Conservation commissioner, 1992-94.

      AR US House 2nd

      Vic Snyder (D) of Little Rock
      Incumbent - elected 1996

      Born: September 27, 1947, Medford, Ore.
      Education: Willamette U., B.A., 1975; U. of Oregon, M.D., 1979; U. of
      Arkansas, Little Rock, J.D., 1988.
      Military Service: Marine Corps, 1967-69.
      Occupation: Physician; lawyer.
      Family: Single.
      Religion: Presbyterian.
      Political Career: Ark. Senate, 1991-96.

      Phil Wyrick (R) of Mabelvale
      Challenger

      Born: September 5, 1949, McKinney, Texas
      Education: Ouachita Baptist U., attended, 1968-69; U. of Arkansas,
      Little Rock, attended, 1970-72.
      Military Service: Army National Guard, 1972-78.
      Occupation: Bathroom manufacturing and installation company owner;
      cattle farmer.
      Family: Wife, Brenda; two children.
      Religion: Roman Catholic.
      Political Career: Ark. House, 1991-96; Ark. Senate, 1997-present.
      Campaign Address: P.O. Box 2367, Little Rock, AR 72203
      Telephone: (501) 372-3003
      Fax:(501) 372-4097
      E-mail:philwyrick@...

      AR US House 3rd

      Asa Hutchinson (R) of Fort Smith
      Incumbent - elected 1996

      Born: December 3, 1950, Bentonville.
      Education: Bob Jones U., B.S., 1972; U. of Arkansas, J.D., 1975.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Lawyer.
      Family: Wife, Susan Burrell; four children.
      Religion: Baptist.
      Political Career: City attorney of Bentonville, 1977-78; U.S.
      attorney, 1982-85; Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, 1986;
      Republican nominee for Ark. attorney general, 1990; Ark. Republican
      party chairman, 1990-95.

      AR US House 4th

      Jay Dickey (R) of Pine Bluff
      Incumbent - elected 1992

      Born: December 14, 1939, Pine Bluff.
      Education: U. of Arkansas, B.A., 1961, J.D., 1963.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Lawyer; restaurateur.
      Family: Divorced; four children.
      Religion: Methodist.
      Political Career: Pine Bluff city attorney, 1968-70.

      Judy Smith (D) of Camden
      Challenger

      Born: March 10, 1953, Ville Platte, La.
      Education: Grambling State U., B.A., 1974.
      Military Service: None.
      Occupation: Nonprofit executive.
      Family: Husband, Sylvester Lee Smith; two children.
      Religion: Baptist.
      Political Career: Ark. House, 1991-present.
      Campaign Address:P.O. Box 1011, Camden, AR 71711
      Telephone:(870) 836-3473

      Arkansas Primary Results -- May 19, 1998
      By Congressional Quarterly

      Candidate Votes %
      Hometown Age Occupation
      ----------------------------------------------------------------


      GOVERNOR

      *Bill Bristow (D) Unopposed
      Jonesboro 47 Lawyer

      *Mike Huckabee (R) 50,836 90.3%
      Little Rock 42 Incumbent
      Gene McVay (R) 5,481 9.7%
      Fort Smith 56 Retired civil service manager


      SENATE

      #Blanche Lambert Lincoln (D) 140,825 45.4%
      Hughes 37 Former U.S. representative
      #Winston Bryant (D) 85,066 27.4%
      Little Rock 59 State attorney general
      Scott Ferguson (D) 43,351 14.0%
      West Memphis 46 State representative
      Nate Coulter (D) 40,895 13.2%
      Little Rock 38 Lawyer

      *Fay Boozman (R) 41,730 77.9%
      Rogers 51 State senator
      Tom Prince (R) 11,823 22.1%
      Maumelle 48 Lawyer


      HOUSE DISTRICT 1
      (Northeast -- Jonesboro; West Memphis)

      *Marion Berry (D) Unopposed
      Gillett 55 Incumbent

      No Republican candidate


      HOUSE DISTRICT 2
      (Central -- Little Rock)

      *Vic Snyder (D) Unopposed
      Little Rock 50 Incumbent

      *Phil Wyrick (R) Unopposed
      Mabelvale 48 State senator


      HOUSE DISTRICT 3
      (Northwest -- Fort Smith; Fayetteville)

      No Democratic candidate

      *Asa Hutchinson (R) Unopposed
      Fort Smith 47 Incumbent


      HOUSE DISTRICT 4
      (South -- Pine Bluff; Hot Springs)

      *Judy Smith (D) Unopposed
      Camden 45 State representative

      *Jay Dickey (R) Unopposed
      Pine Bluff 58 Incumbent

      * = Nominee
      # = Will meet in runoff.

      Arkansas Runoff Results -- June 9, 1998
      By Congressional Quarterly

      Candidate Votes %
      Hometown Age Occupation
      ----------------------------------------------------------------


      SENATE

      *Blanche Lambert Lincoln (D) 132,032 62.8%
      Hughes 37 Former U.S. representative
      Winston Bryant (D) 78,192 37.2%
      Little Rock 59 State attorney general

      * = Nominee
      ======================================================
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