Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Election Results

Posted By on Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 9:46 PM

Updated at 8:40 p.m.

City turnout (counted): 27.71 percent

Tucson Mayor
Jonathan Rothschild (D): 54.9 percent
Rick Grinnell (R): 40.1 percent
Mary DeCamp (G): 4.8 percent

Tucson City Council Ward 1
Regina Romero (D): 64.7 percent
Beryl Baker (G): 37 percent

Tucson City Council Ward 2
Paul Cunningham (D): 56.8 percent
Jennifer Rawson (R): 43 percent

Tucson City Council Ward 4
Shirley Scott (D): 51.1 percent
Tyler Vogt (R): 48.7 percent

Takeaways: Likely Dem sweep, although a difference of about 1,700 votes makes Scott/Vogt too close to call.

The difference in mail-in turnout reported yesterday by the city—27 percent versus the 41 percent reported on Monday—is due to 1) some ballots needing signature verification or some other check, and 2) the accidental inclusion in the 41 percent figure of a number of ballots that were returned as undeliverable by the Postal Service, says Jim Nintzel.

No further results are expected to be reported by the city tonight.

County turnout: 32.41 percent so far

Sunnyside School Board
Daniel Hernandez Jr.: 61.75 percent
Sherrie Burdic: 35.96 percent

Sunnyside School District Prop 402
Yes: 46.74 percent
No: 53.26 percent

Sunnyside School District Prop 403
Yes: 54.62 percent
No: 45.38 percent

Marana School District Prop 400
Yes: 53.43 percent
No: 46.57 percent

Flowing Wells School District Prop 401
Yes: 58.41 percent
No: 41.59 percent

Tanque Verde School District Prop 404
Yes: 46.17 percent
No: 53.83 percent

Vail School District Prop 405
Yes: 55.67 percent
No: 44.33 percent

Continental School District Prop 406
Yes: 53.81 percent
No: 46.19 percent

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