As of Saturday morning, 100 percent of the precincts have reported. More than 1 million votes have been counted, and turnout is up to 30 percent. In the ever-tightening State Supt. of Public Instruction race, Franks Riggs’ lead (21.9 percent) has dropped to 575 votes over Bob Branch (21.8 percent). Incumbent Diane Douglas is at 21.37 percent and trails Riggs by 2,771 votes.
In the Arizona Senate District 12 race, Eddie Farnsworth’s lead over Jimmy Lindblom is now 783 votes. Farnsworth leads by 3 percent.
Clear-cut Republican Primary winners include:
Doug Ducey, governor
Martha McSally, Senate
Steve Gaynor, Secretary of State
Kimberly Yee, State Treasurer
Wendy Rogers, Congressional District 1
Lea Marquez Peterson, Congressional District 2
Nick Pierson, Congressional District 3
Debbie Lesko, Congressional District 8
Stephen Ferrara, Congressional District 9
Incumbent Congressmen Andy Biggs, David Schweikert and Paul Gosar each ran unopposed in the primary.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich and State Mining Inspector Joe Hart both ran unopposed.
Justin Olson and Rodney Glassman won the GOP’s two spots for the general election for Arizona Corporation Commission.
Please check back in the days to follow as the vote-counting continues.