The following races were uncontested in Tuesday's primary so the candidates will move on to the Nov. 4 general election:
Congressional District 5: Harry Mitchell (D) and Warren Severin (L).
Congressional District 6: Rick Biondi (L) and Jeff Flake (R).
Legislative District 17: Senate, Meg Burton-Cahill (D) and Jesse Hernandez (R); House, Ed Ableser (D), David Schapira (D), Mark Thompson (R) and Wes Waddle (R).
Legislative District 18: Senate, Judah Nativio (D); House, Tammie Pursley (D).
Legislative District 19: Senate, Chuck Gray (R); House, Kathy Romano (D), Kirk Adams (R), and Rich Crandall (R).
Legislative District 20: Senate, Ted Maish (D) and John Huppenthal (R); House, Rae Waters (D).
Legislative District 21: Senate, Jay Tibshraeny (R); House, Phil Hettmansperger (D), Warde V. Nichols (R), and Steve Yarbrough (R).
Legislative District 22: House, Glenn Ray (D).
Legislative District 23: Senate, Rebecca Rios (D) and Andre Campos (R).
Maricopa County positions: Attorney, Michael Kielsky (L) and Andrew Thomas (R); Recorder, Ernest Hancock (L) and Helen Purcell (R); School superintendent, Don Covey (R); Sheriff, Dan Saban (D), Chris A.H. Will (L) and Joe Arpaio (R); Treasurer, Charles "Hos" Hoskins (R); Board of Supervisors, District 1, Ed Hermes (D) and Fulton Brock (R); Board of Supervisors, District 2, Joel S. Sinclaire (D) and Don Stapley (R); Highland Constable, Phil Freestone (R); North Mesa Constable, Cory Pechtl (D) and Ed Malles (R); San Tan Justice of the Peace, Sam Goodman (R); San Tan Constable, Steve Allen (R).
Pinal County positions: Assessor, L. Paul Larkin (D) and Ron Reinagel (R); Recorder, Laura Dean-Lytle (D) and John R. Acton (R); Sheriff, Paul Babeu (R); Supervisor, District 2, Mary Shope (D) and Elliott Fisher (I); Treasurer, Dodie Doolittle (D) and Rayna Palmer (R).