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AZ State Election Results

August 27
10:09 2014

ELECTION UPDATE: IMPACTING STATEWIDE ELECTIONS, COCHISE COUNTY HAS EXPERIENCED TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES WITH THE TABULATION OF BALLOTS AND THOSE RESULTS HAVE BEEN REMOVED. RESULTS ARE STILL OUTSTANDING FROM THAT COUNTY.

THE FOLLOWING STANDINGS ARE UNOFFICIAL AND REFLECT STATEWIDE VOTING, NOT ONLY FOR COCONINO COUNTY. THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS WILL CHANGE:

VotingState treasurer and former CEO Doug Ducey won the Republican primary for governor with a campaign that focused on his political experience and successful business history. Ducey has been state treasurer for the past four years.

Mesa Mayor Scott Smith and Ducey had been considered the front-runners in the race. Governor Brewer had backed Smith.

Ducey will face Fred DuVal in November.

In more elections results, the Republican nod for Congressional District 1 goes to Andy Tobin with 36% of the vote. Gary Kiehne remains in a close second in that race with 35% of the vote, followed by Adam Kwasman. The winner will go up against Ann Kirkpatrick in November’s General Election.

In the Democrat State Senator race for District 7, Carlyle Begay has 43% of the votes while Jamescita Peshlakai stands at 28% of the vote.

Meanwhile the most votes in the District 7 Democrat State Reresentative race have been received by Albert Hale with 43% of the votes and Jennifer Benally currently stands at 33%.

For Secretary of State, in the Republican race, it is currently Michelle Reagan with 43% of the vote followed by Justin Pierce at 34% and Wil Gordon at 22%. Reagan will face Terry Goddard in November.

In the Attorney General race, it looks like Republican Mark Brnovich versus Felecia Rotellini. The Republican candidate received 54% of the vote, followed by Tom Horne with 46%.

In the run for State Treasurer, Republican Jeff DeWitt takes it with a win of 45%. Candidate Hugh Hallman was in second place with 33%, followed by Randy Pullen at 22%.

And finally, for Superintendent for Public Instruction, Republican choice Diane Douglas has claimed 58% of the vote over John Huppenthal at 42% and Sharon Thomas has been overtaken by David Garcia for the Democratic ticket. Thomas has gathered 47% of the votes compared to Garcia’s lead of 53%.

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