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United States Senate election in Arizona, 2010

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On March 5, 2008 McCain won the Republican Nomination to run for the presidency.<ref>[1]</ref> McCain will be 74 in 2010 and has previously struggled with cancer. It is likely that 2008 will be his last chance to become president. Should he fail to do so, he may choose to retire from politics at the end of his current Senate term. Possible Democratic contenders for McCain's open seat include Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano, Attorney General Terry Goddard and 8th District Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. It is possible that wealthy real estate developer Jim Pederson, who unsuccessfully challenged Sen. Jon Kyl in 2006, may also be interested.

Conservative congressman Jeff Flake is interested in the seat if McCain does not run again. Several other Republican Congressmen including John Shadegg<ref>Template:Cite news</ref> are likely to be interested if an open seat presents itself.


Poll Source Dates Administered Republican: John McCain Democrat: Janet Napolitano
Public Policy Polling July 30-31, 2008 50% 43%

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(2009 ←)   United States general elections, 2010   (→ 2011)


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