Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Election Results! (Updated 11 p.m.)

Posted By on Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 5:54 PM

Obama is president-elect.

Observations:

-- Wow, Corp Commission is close, as are the LD26 and LD30 races.

-- Pima County Elections is being extremely slow, as expected.

-- "Majority Rules," Payday Loan industry and legislators' raises going down in flames. TUSD budget override in big trouble.

Here are the latest results from Arizona races:

President of the United States of America (Arizona) -- 85.0 percent reporting

Barack Obama (D): 788,440 (44.8 percent)

John McCain (R): 952,138 (54.1 percent)

Congressional District 8 -- 56.5 percent reporting

Gabrielle Giffords (D): 120,071 (55.3 percent)

Tim Bee (R): 91,674 (42.2 percent)

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Congressional District 7--78.2 percent reporting

*Raul Grijalva (D): 87,849 (63.1 percent)

Joe Sweeney (R): 45,922 (33.0 percent)

Legislative District 25--77.1 percent reporting

House

Pat Fleming (D): 23,012 (28.4 percent)

Richard Boyer (D): 19,546 (24.1 percent)

David Stevens (R): 21,097 (26.1 percent)

Timathy Davies (R): 17,296 (21.4 percent)

Legislative District 26--38.9 percent reporting

Senate

Cheryl Cage (D): 29,624 (50.0 percent)

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Al Melvin (R): 29,643 (50.0 percent)

House

Nancy Young Wright (D): 28,650 (26.2 percent)

Don Jorgensen (D): 25,612 (23.4 percent)

Vic Williams (R): 27,809 (25.4 percent)

Marilyn Zerull (R): 27,284 (24.9 percent)

Legislative District 27-71.0 percent reporting

Senate

Jorge Luis Garcia (D): 25,801 (66.9 percent)

Bob Westerman (R): 12,793 (33.1 percent)

House

Phil Lopes (D): 22,378 (34.8 percent)

Olivia Cajero Bedford (D): 23,742 (36.9 percent)

Kent Solberg (G): 3,212 (5 percent)

J.D. Schechter (R): 10,627 (16.5 percent)

Legislative District 29 - 55.9 percent reporting

House

Matt Heinz (D): 16,207 (33.5 percent)

Daniel Patterson (D): 16,785 (34.6 percent)

Pat Kilburn (R): 8,568 (17.7 percent)

Juan Ciscomani (R): 6,889 (14.2 percent)

Legislative District 30-53.9 percent reporting

Senate

Georgette Valle (D): 29,759 (41.1 percent)

Jonathan Paton (R): 42,597 (58.9 percent)

House

Andrea Dalessandro (D): 33,985 (31.7 percent)

Frank Antenori (R): 36,015 (33.6 percent)

David Gowan (R): 37,147 (34.7 percent)

Arizona Corporation Commission -- 91.1 percent reporting

Paul Newman (D): 813,587 (18.1 percent)

Sandra Kennedy (D): 814,338 (18.1 percent)

Sam George (D): 729,561 (16.2 percent)

Barry Wong (R): 711,332 (15.8 percent)

Bob Stump (R): 733,814 (16.3 percent)

Marian McClure (R): 701,722 (15.6 percent)

Pima County Supervisor District 3--44.8 percent reporting + early votes

Sharon Bronson (D): 22,814 (59.4 percent)

Barney Brenner (R): 15,547 (40.5 percent)

Pima County Attorney--52.5 percent reporting + early ballots

Barbara LaWall (D): 125,136 (54.5 percent)

Brad Roach (R): 89,903 (39.2 percent)

Claudia Ellquist (G): 14,270 (6.2 percent)

Pima County Sheriff--52.5 percent + early ballots

Clarence Dupnik (D): 153,061 (66.1 percent)

Harry Shaw (R): 78,008 (33.7 percent)

Proposition 100 - Protect Our Homes -- 90.7 percent reporting

Yes: 1,304,426 (77.0 percent)

No: 389,500 (23.0 percent)

Proposition 101 - Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act -- 90.7 percent reporting

Yes: 830,731 (49.9 percent)

No: 833,019 (50.1 percent)

Proposition 102 - Marriage -- 90.7 percent reporting

Yes: 998,429 (56.4 percent)

No: 771,350 (43.6 percent)

Proposition 105 - Majority Rules -- 90.7 percent reporting

Yes: 571,500 (34.2 percent)

No: 1,099,766 (65.8 percent)

Proposition 200 - Payday Loan Reform Act -- 90.9 percent reporting

Yes: 682,579 (40.5 percent)

No: 1,003,577 (59.5 percent)

Proposition 201 - Homeowners' Bill of Rights--90.9 percent reporting

Yes: 368,716 (21.9 percent)

No: 1,311,630 (78.1 percent)

Proposition 202 - Stop Illegal Hiring --90.9 percent reporting

Yes: 696,029 (40.7 percent)

No: 1,012,343 (59.3 percent)

Proposition 300 - State Legislators Salaries -- 91.1 percent reporting

Yes: 608,899 (35.5 percent)

No: 1,106,689 (64.5 percent)

Proposition 401 - South Tucson Dog Protection Initiative --50 percent + early votes

Yes: 235 (56.4 percent)

No: 182 (43.7 percent)

Proposition 403 - TUSD Budget Override--67 percent + early votes

Yes: 55,961 (47.7 percent)

No: 61,437 (52.3 percent)

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