Saturday, October 4, 2008

Election Results!

Posted By on Sat, Oct 4, 2008 at 6:10 PM

Stuff to look for in Arizona's results:

-- With East Coast returns looking good (but not conclusive) for Obama ... does he actually have a shot of taking Arizona?

-- Will LD27 and LD30 go more Democratic, possibly helping the Dems take the Arizona state House?

-- Some ballot props could be close. Will the Payday Loan Industry be able to stay alive? Will voters give new TUSD leaders some extra money? Will Realtors get their way and forever ban taxes on house sales?

-- How will Pima County ballot-counting go, considering all the warnings of slowness from the county in the wake of changes forced by the election-integrity crowd?

Here are the latest results from Arizona races (note: expect the first results around 8:15 p.m.):

President of the United States of America (Arizona)

Barack Obama (D):

John McCain (R):

Congressional District 8

Gabrielle Giffords (D):

Tim Bee (R):

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Congressional District 7

Raul Grijalva (D):

Joe Sweeney (R):

Legislative District 25

House

Pat Fleming (D)

Richard Boyer (D)

David Stevens (R)

Timathy Davies (R)

Legislative District 26

Senate

Cheryl Cage (D):

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Al Melvin (R):

House

Nancy Young Wright (D):

Don Jorgensen (D):

Vic Williams (R):

Marilyn Zerull (R):

Legislative District 27

Senate

Jorge Luis Garcia (D):

Bob Westerman (R):

House

Phil Lopes (D):

Olivia Cajero Bedford (D):

Kent Solberg (G):

J.D. Schecter (R):

Legislative District 29

House

Matt Heinz (D):

Daniel Patterson (D):

Pat Kilburn (R):

Juan Ciscomani (R):

Legislative District 30

Senate

Georgette Valle (D):

Jonathan Paton (R):

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House

Andrea Dalessandro (D):

Frank Antenori (R):

David Gowan (R):

Arizona Corporation Commission

Paul Newman (D):

Sandra Kennedy (D):

Sam George (D):

Barry Wong (R):

Bob Stump (R):

Marian McClure (R):

Pima County Supervisor District 3

Sharon Bronson (D):

Barney Brenner (R):

Pima County Attorney

Barbara LaWall (R)

Brad Roach (R)

Claudia Elquist (G)

Pima County Sheriff

Clarence Dupnik (D):

Harry Shaw (R):

Proposition 100 - Protect Our Homes

Yes:

No:

Proposition 101 - Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act

Yes:

No:

Proposition 102 - Marriage

Yes:

No:

Proposition 105 - Majority Rules

Yes:

No:

Proposition 200 - Payday Loan Reform Act

Yes:

No:

Proposition 201 - Homeowners' Bill of Rights

Yes:

No:

Proposition 202 - Stop Illegal Hiring

Yes:

No:

Proposition 300 - State Legislators Salaries

Yes:

No:

Proposition 401 - South Tucson Dog Protection Initiative

Yes:

No:

Proposition 403 - TUSD Budget Override

Yes:

No:

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