Friday, November 7, 2014

CD2 Update: McSally's Lead Over Barber Grows to 772 Votes

Posted By on Fri, Nov 7, 2014 at 1:53 PM

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After a new batch of Cochise County votes have been counted, Republican Martha McSally has increased her lead over Democratic incumbent Congressman Ron Barber to 772 votes.

As of last night, McSally led by 363 votes.

We're told via Team Barber that 1,100 provisional votes remain to be counted in Cochise County.

Here in Pima County, where Barber has been making up the difference with McSally, there are about 14,000 ballots left for the Elections Department to count, as well as roughly 10,000 provisional ballots, according to Pima County spokesman Mark B. Evans.

More numbers when we get them, probably around the end of the day.

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