Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Election Results: Hot-Button Local Races

Posted By on Tue, Nov 6, 2012 at 11:05 PM

Election results as of 10:39 p.m. Note: Per usual, Pima County precinct results are coming in embarrassingly slow.

U.S. Senate (1,262 of 1,667 precincts reporting)
Richard Carmona (D): 656,293 votes (44.8 percent)
Jeff Flake (R): 744,581 votes (50.8 percent)

U.S. Congress, Arizona District 1 (253 of 339 precincts reporting)
Ann Kirkpatrick (D): 81,244 votes (46.3 percent)
Jonathan Paton (R): 83,218 votes (47.5 percent)

U.S. Congress, Arizona District 2 (99 of 216 precincts reporting)
Ron Barber (D): 90,948 votes (51.0 percent)
Martha McSally (R): 87,412 votes (49.0 percent)

U.S. Congress, Arizona District 3 (96 of 189 precincts reporting)
Raul Grijalva (D): 56,337 votes (57.39 percent)
Gabriella Saucedo-Mercer (R): 37,469 votes (38.1 percent)

Arizona State Senate, District 9 (36 of 64 precincts reporting)
Steve Farley (D): 33,038 votes (55.9 percent)
Tyler Mott (R): 26,026 votes (44.0 percent)

Arizona State House, District 9 (36 of 64 precincts reporting; top two advance)
Mohur Sarah Sidhwa (D): 27,089 votes (31.8 percent)
Victoria Steele (D): 29,941 votes (35.1 percent)
Ethan Orr (R): 27,987 votes (32.8 percent)

Arizona State Senate, District 10 (20 of 62 precincts reporting)
David Bradley (D): 29,548 votes (56.9 percent)
Frank Antenori (R): 22,362 votes (43.0 percent)

Arizona State House, District 10 (20 of 62 precincts reporting; top two advance)
Stefanie Mach (D): 25,223 votes (26.9 percent)
Bruce Wheeler (D): 26,734 votes (28.5 percent)
Todd Clodfelter (R): 19,960 votes (21.3 percent)
Ted Vogt (R): 21,914 votes (23.3 percent)

State Proposition 115: Judiciary Appointments (1,262 of 1667 precincts reporting)
Yes: 359,368 (27.4 percent)
No: 953,852 (72.6 percent)

State Proposition 121: Open Primaries (1,262 of 1667 precincts reporting)
Yes: 434,615 (33.0 percent)
No: 880,699 (67.0 percent)

State Proposition 204: Sales-Tax Extension (1,262 of 1667 precincts reporting)
Yes: 485,812 (35.0 percent)
No: 903,809 (65.0 percent)

Tucson Proposition 409: Transportation Spending (102 of 156 precincts reporting)
Yes: 49,736 (49.7 percent)
No: 50,316 (50.3 percent)

Pima County Sheriff (206 of 288 precincts reporting)
Clarence Dupnik (D): 129,055 (50.3 percent)
Mark Napier (R): 119,482 (46.6 percent)

Pima County Board of Supervisors, District 1 (45 of 65 precincts reporting)
Nancy Young Wright (D): 33,106 votes (46.0 percent)
Ally Miller (R): 38,830 votes (54.0 percent)

Pima County Board of Supervisors, District 3 (35 of 66 precincts reporting)
Sharon Bronson (D): 20,760 votes (53.2 percent)
Tanner Bell (R): 18,196 votes (46.7 percent)

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