PRESCOTT, AZ - Freshman Rep. Paul Gosar has easily won election to Arizona's 4th Congressional District seat.
Tuesday's election was considered a lock for Gosar because the district is heavily Republican.
He switched to the 4th district from the 1st District after redistricting carved out many Republican voters and made it more competitive. He beat state Sen. Ron Gould and radio station owner Rick Murphy in the GOP primary.
Gosar was challenged by Democrat Johnnie Robinson and two lesser party candidates.
The district runs from western Arizona through Prescott and south of Phoenix.
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