Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Election Update: Kozachik Widens Lead; Buehler-Garcia Narrows Gap

Posted By on Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 2:39 PM

The Pima County Elections Department has posted some updated election results.

Now with that one pesky missing precinct reporting, here's how the close races are shaping up:

— Karin Uhlich's lead over Ben Buehler-Garcia is now just 444 votes.

— Steve Kozachik's lead over Nina Trasoff is up to 1,332 votes.

— Prop 400 is down by 745 votes (which shows how ignorant some voters truly can be).

We probably won't know the final results here until Friday or even Saturday. So stay tuned.

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