Wednesday, November 5, 2014

The Election Results (Updated by the Harsh Light of Morning)

Posted By on Wed, Nov 5, 2014 at 8:30 AM


GOVERNOR 

Doug Ducey (R) defeats Fred DuVal (D). 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1 (327 of 327 counted)

Ann Kirkpatrick (D) leads Andy Tobin (R), 53.11% to 46.49%



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 2 (145 of 194 counted)

Martha McSally (R) leads Ron Barber (D), 49.80% to 49.78%



SECRETARY OF STATE (1571 of 1566 counted)

Michelle Reagan (R) leads Terry Goddard (D), 52.38% to 47.57%



ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Mark Brnovich (R) defeats Felicia Rotellini (D).



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (1566 of 1566 counted)

Diane Douglas (R) leads David Garcia (R), 51.11% to 48.84%



LD 9 HOUSE (37 of 57 counted)

Victoria Steele (D, 33.36%) and Ethan Orr (R, 33.19%) lead Randall Friese (D, 33.11%)



TUSD SCHOOL BOARD (64 out of 114 counted)

Adelita Grijalva (19.06%) and Michael Hicks (16.79%) lead. Jen Darland is the odd person out, at the moment (15.95%).



PIMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

Mark Hanna leads Michael Duran, 50.97% to 48.49%



PROP. 122 

Yes leads with 51.30% of the vote.



PROP. 303

Passes.



PROP. 304 

Fails.



PROP. 415

Passes.




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