Saturday, November 10, 2012

CD2 Update: McSally Moves Ahead of Barber by 430 Votes

Posted By on Sat, Nov 10, 2012 at 5:46 PM

In case you're wondering about that CD2 race: After Cochise County counted a new batch of early ballots this afternoon, GOP challenger Martha McSally moved ahead of Congressman Ron Barber by 430 votes. The tally, as of 5:30 Saturday afternoon, stood at 126,785 for McSally and 126,355 for Barber.

We don't have an exact count of what's left in Cochise County, but our best estimate is a few thousand votes.

Pima County, where Barber has been outpacing McSally in the votes, is expected to release more numbers later this evening.

Previous vote-counting updates and additional context here.

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