It is my duty as a citizen to vote and participate in politics. I consider myself a heavily leaning Conservative Libertarian and these are my initial thoughts on who to vote for in CD5/LD17.
REPRESENTATIVE, CD5: Salmon, Matt (no contest)
GOVERNOR: Frank Riggs
STATE SENATE, LD17: Yarbrough, Steve (no contest)
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, LD17 (2): Mesnard, J.D.; Weninger, Jeff
SECRETARY OF STATE: Wil Cardon 
ATTORNEY GENERAL: Horne, Tom 
STATE TREASURER: DeWit, Jeff
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION: Douglas, Diane
STATE MINE INSPECTOR: Hart, Joe (no contest)
CORPORATION COMMISSIONER (2): Little, Doug; Forese, Tom 
COUNTY ASSESSOR: Petersen, Paul (no contest)
CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT: Jeanes, Michael (no contest)
CITY OF CHANDLER:
MAYOR: Tibshraeny, Jay (no contest)
COUNCILMEMBER (3): Roe, Terry; Hartke, Kevin 
 I do not get a warm and fuzzy with anyone for Secretary of State. Reagan seems like Brewer who gave us Common Core. Pierce seems unenthusiastic. And Cardon is the rich-boy. Cardon may be the pretty-boy that doesn’t have any political ties or favors to repay.
 This is another toss-up. Nobody here is really pleasant to vote for in GOP. Brnovich Horne are neck-and-neck but neither of them really float my boat. I know that many people will shy away from Horne from his reputation but I personally feel that people enjoy slinging mud at him – none of the accusations have stuck. Is he really good at covering up or did someone paint a target at him that we all haven’t seen? I believe I erad that Brnovich hasn’t bothered practicing in quite some time.
 Ah, corporations. They are good… and bad. This seems like one of those positions that it will be hard to get into unless you have some sort of secret back-door money (uh, from corporations). That is the rumor with Little/Forsee but who knows.
 I like Roe and voted for him last time. Hartke also seems like he has done decent. I am allowed three, but I don’t know if I will vote for three.
NOTE: Also to note locally, but out of my area that you may want to consider:
TEMPE: Matt Papke for Tempe City Council
MESA: Danny Rey for Mesa Mayor
LD20: Thurane Auck Khin for State Representative