Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Primary Election Results: Local Races of Interest

Posted By on Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 10:31 PM

Updated at 10:26 p.m.—Final update of the night

U.S. Senate: Republicans (1324 of 1667 precincts reporting)
Jeff Flake: 274,997 (69.3 percent)
Wil Cardon: 83,338 (21 percent)
Clair Van Steenwyk: 22,518 (5.7 percent)
Bryan Hackbarth: 14,936 (3.8 percent)

U.S. Congress, District 1: Democrats (254 of 339 precincts reporting)
Ann Kirkpatrick: 26,664 (65.8 percent)
Wenona Benally Baldenegro: 13,739 (33.9 percent)

U.S. Congress, District 1: Republicans (254 of 339 precincts reporting)
Jonathan Paton: 22,887 (61.6 percent)
Gaither Martin: 6,751 (18.2 percent)
Patrick Gatti: 2,111 (5.7 percent)
Douglas Wade: 5,235 (14.1 percent)

U.S. Congress, District 2: Democrats (174 of 216 precincts reporting)
Ron Barber: 45,581 (82.3 percent)
Matt Heinz: 9,647 (17.4 percent)

U.S. Congress, District 2: Republicans (174 of 216 precincts reporting)
Martha McSally: 44,713 (81.7 percent)
Mark Koskiniemi: 9,889 (18.1 percent)

U.S. Congress, District 3: Democrats (147 of 189 precincts reporting)
Raul Grijalva: 19,092 (66.2 percent)
Amanda Aguirre: 7,125 (24.7 percent)
Manny Arreguin: 2,534 (8.8 percent)

U.S. Congress, District 3: Republicans (147 of 189 precincts reporting)
Gabby Saucedo Mercer: 9,424 (63.7 percent)
Jaime Vasquez: 5,227 (35.3 percent)

Pima County Sheriff: Republicans (210 of 288 precincts reporting)
Mark Napier: 24,002 (43.2 percent)
Chester Manning: 8,337 (15 percent)
Vinson Holck: 7,956 (14.3 percent)
Walt Setzer: 6,063 (10.9 percent)
Terry Frederick: 8,901 (16 percent)

Pima County Board of Supervisors, District 1: Republicans (49 of 65 precincts reporting)
Ally Miller: 7,874 (38.1 percent)
Vic Williams: 4,484 (21.7 percent)
Mike Hellon: 6,496 (31.4 percent)
Stuart McDaniel: 1,787 (8.6 percent)

Pima County Board of Supervisors, District 4: Republicans (43 of 62 precincts reporting), WINNER TAKE ALL
Ray Carroll: 11,729 (57.8 percent)
Sean Collins: 8,542 (42.1 percent)

State Senate, District 3: Democrats (39 of 53 precincts reporting), WINNER TAKE ALL
Olivia Cajero Bedford: 8,360 (67.4 percent)
Maria de la Luz Garcia: 4,031 (32.5 percent)

House of Representatives, District 9: Democrats (50 of 64 precincts reporting), top two advance
Dustin Cox: 8,451 (29 percent)
Victoria Steele: 10,361 (35.6 percent)
Mohur Sidhwa: 10,225 (35.1 percent)

House of Representatives, District 10: Democrats (40 of 62 precincts reporting), top two advance
Bruce Wheeler: 10,672 (38.9 percent)
Brandon Patrick: 6,727 (24.5 percent)
Stefanie Mach: 9,973 (36.3 percent)

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